GTB FINALLY REPLIES STERLING BANK!

Apparently, not only musicians throw shades at one another, it also happens in the Bank industry

Sterling Bank throws shade at other banks with new advert & the banks reply. Hilarious!

Last week, Sterling Bank Plc tweeted a photo  depicting the symbols  of various banks GTB, UNION BANK, ACCESS and FIRST BANK with the caption “In shooting for the moon, men become stars”

“Shoot for the moon, become a star – it’s the least you deserve, Welcome to #SterlingBank,” the bank tweeted.

Immediately, Union Bank tweeted , “Heading to the moon without a spacesuit…journey mercies” @UNIONBANK_NG

This was also followed up with another tweet by them “When the elders speak, you keep quiet”

Sterling Bank throws shade at other banks with new advert & the banks reply. Hilarious!

While Access bank tweeted “We will travel on an imaginary rocket too, if we were a one-customer Micro-finance Bank; but with ten million customers and counting, we rather bring the galaxy to you!”

Sterling Bank throws shade at other banks with new advert & the banks reply. Hilarious!

First bank in the same vein tweeted  “What an elder sees while sitting, a child cannot see even if he travels to the moon, #RespectYourElders #YouFirst.” @FirstBankngr, 

Sterling Bank throws shade at other banks with new advert & the banks reply. Hilarious!

The last bank GTB has however decided to give them a silent reply; meaning, they have decided to keep mum about this issue.

@gtb@unionbankng@firstbankng@accessbankplc

 

 

 

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