Ecobank Nigeria deploys zero charge for digital money transfers below N5,000

Ecobank Nigeria says its customers now enjoy zero charge for digital money transfers below N5,000 being part of its corporate actions to cushion effects of the lockdown to check the rising spread of Coronavirus. Patrick Akinwuntan, Managing Director, Ecobank Nigeria who stated this in Lagos said this policy which started in March will last till 30 April to encourage citizens adopt digital banking that supports safety measures, particularly the social distancing campaign, to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  

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COVID-19: Heritage Bank offers seamless service to stakeholders, curbs impact of virus

As the world grapple with the impact of the outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic, which has continued to cause worldwide challenges for healthcare systems, economies and corporate organisations, Heritage Bank Plc has taken practicable steps to offer seamless services to customers, whilst ensuring the health and safety of their workers and others at the workplace.

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COVID 19: FirstBank chooses to solve education challenges facing parents

The CEO of FirstBank Dr. Adesola Adeduntan has announced that the Bank in partnership with government and other stakeholders is extending its attention to immediate needs in our society in the face of the widespread COVID-19 by putting in place complementary efforts in education to support students and minimize the disruption to education resulting from schools’ closure.  This is following the activation of the Bank’s Business Continuity Process and subsequent deployment of safety initiatives and measures implemented across its business outlets nationwide, to help flatten the curve and ensure the safety and wellbeing of staff customers and other stakeholders.

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