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Finally, Igbogbo-Ikorodu community gets first commercial bank after almost two decades

After almost two decades without a single bank in the entire Igbogbo community, Lagos Mainland, following the liquidation of Savannah Bank in the year 2000, residents of the community can now rejoice as one of Nigeria’s fast-growing banks, Sterling Bank Plc has opened a branch in the community.

The bank branch was opened in Igbogbo community on Monday, August 6, 2018, amidst fanfare among residents of the community with leading stakeholders and other personalities in attendance.

The new branch of the bank is expected to provide quality service to residents of Igbogbo community as well as individuals and businesses from neighbouring cities within the community by offering a comprehensive range of banking services including deposits and loans, trade services, and payment, as well as cash management solutions. The branch also promises to offer customers the latest in banking technology through alternative channels offered by Sterling Bank.

Speaking at the opening, the Chairman, Igbogbo/Baiyeku LCDA, Comrade Olusesan Daini, charged the bank on efficiency and quality service delivery. He also noted that the development would signal a new turn in the economic activities of the local council and business owners in the community.

The new branch which is now open to customers is located at Obafemi Awolowo way, by Squadron 63 Mopol Base, Igbogbo, Lagos Mainland.

See more photos from the opening below.

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