@jaspritsingh Rogers has enabled Band Steering recently and I believe that requires single SSID use. Somewhere in the wifi User Interface, there is probably a setting to enable/disable Band steering, and possibly a setting to enforce single SSIDs. Have a look thru the wifi UI to look for the Band steering setting and disable it. Have a look for any setting for single SSIDs as well. I haven't heard of any setting such as that, so its possible that the Band Steering enable/disable does it all. If that is correct, once the setting is disabled, you should be able to set different SSIDs. Maybe one of the moderators can comment on that one.
@jaspritsingh have a look at the following post, specifically the wifi settings and applications to check your wifi environment so you can determine whom you're competing with for open or clear wifi channels:
You were right again. The Channel for 5G was set to auto and was 45. In the drop down there were only range options. I selected the highest one possible and now am getting correct wifi speeds again since last evening. Thanks a lot for your help. Much appreciated.