First Bank of Nigeria Limited has said that all its branches across Nigeria are open to customers despite the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the nation.
The lender in a statement by its Group Head, Marketing & Corporate Communications, Mrs. Folake Ani-Mumuney, and made available to THE WITNESS on Saturday, however disclosed that it will run skeletal operations in some of its branches following the state government directives.
“Following the directives for partial lockdown in several states across the country, we will be offering skeletal services in some of our branches across the nation.
“These branches will be open from 9:00am to 2:00pm, Monday to Friday. We have implemented all necessary health and safety measures across these branches to keep you safe at all our locations.
“For the list of branches, please go to https://www.firstbanknigeria.com/list-of-open-branches-nationwide/
“Our alternative channels are available for you 24/7 during this period.
“Thank you for your understanding at this period as we continue to work to put You First,” the statement said.
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