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Shocking Story of how Diamond Bank encourages Armed Robbers

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The biggest question begging for answer presently is why is it that nothing good seems to be coming out of Diamond Bank Plc.

This is coming after the numerous tales of alleged frauds that has been trailing the Alex Otti-led bank.

 

Presently, the gist in town is that the financial institution has taking to encouraging armed robbers.

According to information available to www.theoctopusnews.com, the financial institution’s several abandoned branches in Ogun State, have turned hideouts and safe havens for armed robbers.

One of such branches is that located along Idi-Iroko road, Ota, Ogun State, few meters away from Bishop Oyedepo’s Canaan Land which was built less than a year ago, but was never commissioned, though it still carries the signpost and other corporate identities of the bank that pride itself as ‘best choice for customers.
The property, due to abandonment has been taken over by weed, which has now turned the whole premises into a breeding ground for snakes and other dangerous animals.

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As if that is not bad enough, the Diamond Bank branch has become a real problem in the area. Speaking to www.theoctopusnews.com, when our reporter visited the site, Sule Danbaba, a resident of the neighbourhood revealed that the Diamond Bank branch has now turned a terror ground. In his words, “we are attacked on a daily basis by snakes, and armed robbers who have taking over the place just because the management refuses to cut down the weeds. They should at least maintain the place if they don’t want to use it’, he said.

Furthermore, Danbaba said “few months ago, policemen arrested some armed robbers around the area and it was discovered that some of their guns and other deadly weapons with which they rob innocent citizens were hidden in the abandoned Diamond Bank building.
It was the Police at Obasanjo Farm bus stop that arrested the hoodlums. You won’t believe they use the Diamond Bank abandoned building as their ‘warehouse for hiding guns’, he concluded.

Efforts to reach the bank’s corporate communications department before press time proved abortive, as calls put to this number 07032347410 went on responded to.

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