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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Inside Details Why Sterling Bank Was Set On Fire By Angry Mob

Wednesday, 19 July 2017: An armed mobile policeman fleeing from an irate mob after shooting a tanker driver disrupted banking operations at the Sterling Bank branch on Creek Road this morning. 

He ran into the premises of
the bank to escape being lynched.

Security operatives attached to the bank disarmed and arrested the fleeing mobile policeman but did not hand him over to the irate mob. 

The mob got upset and attacked the bank with the intention of unleashing mayhem on staff and customers. The branch’s reception area was vandalized and set ablaze.

The security operatives attached to the branch prevented the mob from entering the branch while evacuating staff and customers before the arrival of police reinforcement. The branch has been temporarily shut down.

We wish to inform all our customers that normal services will continue at nearby branches and through all our electronic channels.

Sterling Bank is working with security agencies to resolve the issue.

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