How Nigerian Banks Started a War On Twitter
The drama started when Sterling Bank took to Twitter to post an advert with a caption that promised undecided customers better banking services. In the ad, Sterling depicts taking a customer to the moon, while the customers of other banks are stuck on the ground. Rival banks then started a twitter war tagged #BankWars. Sterling has issued a note of apology to other banks stating that "the post has since been taken down from all social platforms "
Guardian, 24 July 2018
A few days ago, Nigerian social media was lit up with an artwork that was applauded as ingenious. Read more »
Drama started when Sterling Bank took to their Twitter to post an interesting ad.
Premium Times, 22 July 2018
Five Nigerian banks are currently enmeshed in a Twitter supremacy battle that social media platform users said has brought an interesting dimension to brand and advertising in the… Read more »
Guardian, 21 July 2018
Sterling Bank may not be the most popular bank in Nigeria. But on Saturday, it crept into the consciousness of many Nigerians, perhaps, potential customers, all thanks to a tweet,… Read more »