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Stanbic Bank engulfed in hot sex scandal as top boss balloons female staff, denies pregnancy

Soroti, (UG):- An alarming pregnancy scandal has unearthed at Uganda’s Stanbic Bank exposing a disturbing sex network at the Institution’s Soroti City Branch.

This publication has established that this particular controversy revolves around a female staffer, known as Ademun, whose transfer from Kotido to Soroti sparked excitement among male colleagues. One by one, they pursued romantic relationships with her, leading to intimate encounters.

It is further reported that even the top bosses at the bank’s Soroti Regional office were involved in the pursuit of the lady’s mesmerizing honeypot, five of them implicated in the network.

However, the situation took a dramatic turn when Ademun began displaying signs of pregnancy, which was later confirmed, and the hunt for the father ensued thereafter.

As the hunt for the successful father f the baby ensued, one of the top bosses, whom we only identified as Alex, denied paternity and abruptly left for Kampala.

Subsequently, the lady pointed fingers at another Jo****, a senior manager in the regional office, who also denied involvement and resigned from his position. Despite appeals to another senior manager to take responsibility, her pleas fell on deaf ears.

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The colleagues at the bank were entertained to more drama after learning that her generosity did not stop within the bank.

Further revelations stunned colleagues as it emerged that Ademun’s relationships extended beyond the workplace. Allegations surfaced of her involvement with two prominent businessmen in Soroti town, both of whom denied responsibility.

On a sad note, left with no option, she terminated the pregnancy at a later stage (4-6 months), putting her life at risk, but she fortunately, recovered from the ordeal.

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The scandal at Stanbic has left female staffers praying never to be transferred to Soroti branch in fear of exposure to sexually aggressive and uncontrollable male staff.

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