WEMA Bank Guard Turns Drug Seller (details of how he peddles drug inside banking hall)

Prevalence of drug abuse by students in Nigeria institutions is becoming more alarming.

A recent case of older adult aiding such drug abuse is a case of a security guard attached to the nation’s oldest surviving financial institutions, Wema Bank.

The bank branch situated inside Babcock University, Ilishan-remo in Ogun state, according to information at our disposal has turned to a popular Shrine in Lagos where sales of hard drugs is the order of the day.

It was gathered that a security guard attached to Wema bank simply called, “Area” sells hard drugs in the banking hall secretly!

Findings revealed Students who are drugs addicts will walk into the banking hall with the disguise to make financial transaction, pick up deposit form and walk up to “Area” who is always seated at an angle controlling the security doors as if assistance is needed to fill the form. “Area” on his part will signal his index finger to the buyer, if the buyer replied with Thumb up then transactions starts but if not he’ll attend to the person like a regular bank customer. The buyer will indicate by writing the first letter of the choice of hard drug of purchase on the table, then “Area” will hand over the drugs wrapped with deposit or transfer form over to its customer who then walk safely out of the bank like other customer after completion of their transaction. The buyer must come with actually amount to be attended to.

Further digs revealed that “Area” a retired military man, has been on the business for months. It was gathered that the inability of most of the students to find their way out of the school premises gave reason for the drug selling business. Hard drugs allegedly sold by “Area” include Tramadol, Marijuana, Cocaine etc.

The Segun Oloketuyi Led Wema bank Plc though recorded 68 percent profit after tax in its unaudited first quarter 2017 financial results, according to impeccable sources, the bank is set to lay off staffs by August due to what an insider called “reform exercise due to instability in the country’s economy.

Credit: Societyreelnews