Connect Nigeria Business Fair begins 27 August
Information portal and business service provider, Connect Nigeria will hold her annual event, the Connect Nigeria Business Fair, on August 27 and 28, 2020.
Bank explains N25b equity capital injections into operations
The Group Managing Director, FBN Holdings Plc, UK Eke has said the injection of N25b capital into the group commercial banking arm is in line with its mandate of delivering value to shareholders
First Bank presents devices to Lagos Government to boost e-learning
First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has presented 20,000 units of e-learning devices to the Lagos State government. The devices are planned for distribution to school children. The event was held at the State House in Marina, Lagos.
Bank customers beseech banks, defy social distancing, wearing of nosemask
The social distancing advisory by the government yesterday was flouted by banks and their customers in Lagos as the customers stormed banks in the state to carry out transactions.
Three banks commit over N500b to stem impact of Covid-19 pandemic
Three commercial banks have committed over N500 billion as part of efforts to push fight against COVID pandemic in Nigeria. The banks; Eco bank, Standard Chartered and First Bank also expressed their readiness to support..
It’s business as usual at Lagos parks, garages after government’s directive to transport operators
The Lagos State Government yesterday issued public transport guidelines to operators and passengers to curb further spread of the coronavirus in buses, cabs, motor parks, and garages.
GTBank, Zenith, Access, First bank, UBA get some Love on Valentine’s Day
Love is in the air and Nigerian bank users have spoken. ‘Who is the love of your life? Who is your crush? Your side boo? Your worst ex? Who will you break up with?’ Here at Ciuci Consulting, our annual banking report – What Retail Banking Customers Want for 2020 has started on a ‘love note’ with the #BankLoveChallenge.
Union, agency dispute over planned sacking of bank workers
Organised labour has vowed to shut down First Bank of Nigeria over plans to sack over 1,000 of its workers without following due process.