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Why Are The Banks And Their Subsidiaries Staying Open by joooble40: 1:53am On Mar 27
So what yet staff are still at work they should have sceletal services

Why are the banks and their subsidiaries staying open, are they SATANS agents to spread this virus. Send your non essential staff HOME. God will judge you accordingly to the works of your hands, you wicked capitalists. With all the education and exposure of your so called leadership why aren’t you actively participating in the containment of killer COVID 19, instead you use cheap propaganda to make your name heard in the treatment efforts. Your immature leadership across the departments need to do right by their subordinates. STOP THE SPREAD OF THE CORONA VIRUS. SEND YOUR NON ESSENTIAL STAFF HOME OR BE JUDGED BY GOD. Your Millions and billions in naira donation will mean nothing at the end of the day when you knowingly expose those who need not be on the streets exposed to this life Threathening virus.

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