Woman goes haywire in bank as N600k she’s been saving at home vanishes from her newly opened account (Video)

A Nigerian woman created scene at the bank she operates an account with after N600,000 mysteriously disappeared.

She said she had been saving the money at home without any issues of theft or fraud only for the money to disappear after she opened an account.

The devastated woman could be seen pacing back and forth in the banking hall while lamenting about the missing money.

She asked the bank to return her money if not she might do something deadly to somebody.

Watch the video below:

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xo_meji; Yahoo Bois stop disturbing this legit hustler, politician they there

imisi_ee; Na to dey sh** for everywhere inside the bank omo 😠😠😡

xperiment022; E fit be union bank , very bad bank … na so money just do fiam from my account …

hique.xx; Omo as I see this video me self get heartbroken like that dem wipe my own money too 💔

baddext_ceo; $1,333…? Kindly try and locate this woman let the internet do it’s magic 🪄 let’s help her

yung_4.p.f; Money was wiped from my account on Kuda with no traces😂 no debit on the app but debit on statement…No name too nothing to trace😂

rocky_paige1; Who write this caption sef😡 Omo eh Nigeria Bank sef am fuckin tired

fairlyusedvirgin23; Someone took my sister phone borrow money from access bank and transfer the money immediately to POS, now my sister is paying debt

fundz__nba; Make she destroy all their systems 😡

engr.peterohai; It’s funny how banks will say they can’t trace such money.

the_savage_dj; Wahala for people who dey use local bank 😂

ghostforever09; I told y’all those people working inside bank are fucken thief ! I swear …

Meanwhie, the Nigerian Security Printing and Minting, (NSPM), has informed Nigerians that the new naira notes stain white surfaces as part of a security feature.

Managing Director of NSPM, Ahmed Halilu made this known in a statement on Friday while highlighting some features of the new N200, N500 and N1,000 notes.

He said this was in order to sensitise those that have expressed concerns about the quality.

Halilu said; “The attention of the Nigerian Security Printing and Minting Plc has been drawn to various clips, skits, concerns and comments on various platforms regarding the quality of the redesigned banknotes that were recently unveiled and issued by the Central Bank of Nigeria.

“As the nation’s foremost security printing and minting company saddled with the responsibility of producing the country’s currency (naira), we find it expedient to address the salient issues and further enlighten Nigerians on the features of the currency and, most importantly, the misconception about the quality of the new naira notes.

“The NSPM Plc has been meeting the currency needs of Nigeria with the support of the Central Bank of Nigeria since 2014. Indeed, Nigeria has achieved zero importation of currency, developed local capacity and, to an extent, conserved foreign exchange within this period.

“We want to inform all Nigerians that the new naira notes are of the same substrates and passed through the same printing processes and finishing procedures. It is, therefore, basically the same as the other notes in circulation. It also leaves traces of intaglio inks when rubbed on plain white surfaces. It is, however, important to note that new banknotes are generally light when issued, then become heavier in circulation on getting in contact with dirt and moisture.

“In addition, the second stage of currency printing (Intaglio) requires a heavy deposit of special inks with fairly large particles to give a tactile feeling of the portraits as well as other raised prints by way of design.”