Nigerian commercial bank, Sterling Bank is set to partner with reggae dancehall singer, Cynthia Morgan as they join the entertainment industry in reviving her career.
Cynthia Morgan have been on the spotlight ever since she narrated how she
lost her name, VEVO account and other entitlements to her former record label
“Northside Records”, a record label owned by Jude Okoye.
With top celebrities in the industry already sharing their opinions on the sad event,
Sterling Bank have joined in the work to revive her fading career.
The commercial bank via a post on their official Twitter handle noted that having
followed her sad news, they will be hoping to work with her on their new one bank campaign.
Sterling Bank gave her a big assurances by asking the talented singer and songwriter
to send a DM so as for her to get details on the new campaign that will surely fetch her cool cash.
See Sterling Bank’s tweet below:
Cynthia Morgan will be glad on how the entertainment world and social
organizations have reacted to her sad story.
Afropop singer and songwriter, Davido had earlier asked her to send a DM so they can
collaborate on a hit song that take her back to the spotlight.
Though her former manager, Joy Tongo had released an official statement on how
her contract with Jude Okoye went, fans across the globe seems to have moved over the past and just want to help her revive her career.