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Record Label Palava: Sterling Bank to Endorse Cynthia Morgan

Sterling bank, a promising commercial bank in Nigeria seems to be ready to work with Cynthia Morgan on their new project: ONE BANK CAMPAIGN. Cynthia Morgan said in an interview a few weeks ago that she is ready to return to the Nigeria music industry.

Morgan also said a lot of things about her record label and how she was treated in a recent interview. According to her, when she exited her record label, she was not allowed to use her stage name to make music nor was she paid any damages.

Record Label Palava: Sterling Bank to Endorse Cynthia Morgan

She alleged that they only paid her rent, her car and a plot of land in Benin City throughout her stay with the record label owned by Jude Okoye, brother to the iconic twins Psqaure.

Well, after her reveal, her former manager, Jude Okoye and many Nigerians on social media have come both against and for her with their many points, Some asked her to take responsibility for her actions and stop blaming people. She was accused of causing her downfall by exiting the record label before her contract expired. Some others sympathised with her and encouraged her to not let go of music as her fans are faithfully waiting for her come back.

Record Label Palava: Sterling Bank to Endorse Cynthia Morgan

Davido also responded, asking her to call him. This looked like a rescue agenda as Davido is known for being philanthropic.

The most prominent body to reach out to Cynthia Morgan is Sterling Bank. They publicly tweeted at her inviting her to a possible collaboration on their ONE BANK Campaign and instructed her to call a certain person.

This looks like they are ready to endorse her as it will be beneficial to her and the bank especially now that she is back to spotlight.

Record Label Palava: Sterling Bank to Endorse Cynthia Morgan

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