Following the revocation of Heritage Bank’s operating license by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), reality star Mercy Eke has expressed her distress, revealing she has over N100 million in her account with the bank.

Eke explained that she opened the account because Heritage Bank sponsored the fourth edition of the Big Brother Naija reality show, which she won. She also blamed her account manager for persuading her to keep her money at the bank despite being aware of its issues.

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On her X handle Thursday, Eke wrote: “I really don’t know how to react about this … I have been hoping for the best .. thinking there’s a way out…. #HeritageBank.”

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When a fan asked, “Omg Lambo hope you don’t have an account with them?” Eke replied, “I do… and have above 100m with them.”

Another fan questioned, “Why did you open an account with them in the first place?” Eke responded, “That was the bank that sponsored BBN during my set, for them to pay our money we were advised to open an account with them… stupid me went ahead and funded the account … don’t worry I’m full of regrets right now.”

A concerned fan asked, “What is your account manager saying?” Mercy Eke responded, “She lured me into fixing my money, knowing fully well there’s been issues with the bank … I don’t have words for her, I blame myself.”

The reality star also disclosed that she has submitted a notice to the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Commission in an effort to retrieve her money.

The Nigerian Deposit Insurance Commission recently commenced the liquidation process of Heritage Bank, starting with the verification and payment of the bank’s depositors. However, the NDIC stated that refunds would begin with those who have N5 million and below.