Comedian Njugush gets criticized for his equity ad

Comedian Njugush gets criticized for his equity ad

Comedian Njugush attempted to do a content for Equity Bank didn’t go as planned after he posted a video on Twitter that angered many Kenyans.

In the video where he’s promoting the bank’s services for paying school fees, Njugush received criticism for no

The comedian deleted the video after the negative response from Kenyans because of the arising issues lately about the bank.

In the video, Njugush is seen dressed in a school uniform and filmed from Meru County, he highlighted the convenience of paying fees through Equity Bank.

He then started praising the bank for providing a stress-free experience for parents.

“Wazazi, I experienced the convenience first hand at Meru School.” he said

Despite his clear efforts, the video left a bad taste in his fans and Kenyans at large, they did not take the comic skit lightly and decided to tweet their tastes.


Recently the bank’s customers have been complaining of being defrauded by agents who claim to be working for the bank, and asking for their details.
last week, Equity bank advised its users against using public Wi-Fi when transacting on their app.

In a letter addressed to its customers, the bank wrote some don’ts that their clients need to take heed of in a bid to wade off fraudsters.

“Do not share personal data such as your account number, card/CW, ID number, date of birth, etc with anyone. Do not share your pin, password, or OTP with anyone including your family, relatives, or friends. Do not engage fraudsters on call or sms. Equity will only call you through 0763 000 000.” it read

It went further to tell their clients against giving their phones, laptop, or computer to strangers, including those who purport to be from telcos.

Founded in 2014, Equity acknowledged receiving complaints of incidences of fraud from their customers but assured them that they were working to ensure the bank remained a safe and secure place for transactions to easily occur.


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