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Okowa Sends Important Message to Nigeria’s Financial Sector, Wants Banks To Increase Partnership With Citizens – Legit.ng

  • Nigerian banks were asked to work more with the people to improve the country’s socio-economic development
  • The state governor made the request while inaugurating a branch of Premium Trust Bank in Asaba, Delta State
  • In addition, the state governor assured that Deltans and the state government would become partners in the bank< /li>

Delta Governor, Sen. (Dr.) Ifeanyi Okowa, Monday, May 30, urged banks and other financial institutions to place less emphasis on profit and to work more with the people for improved socio-economic development of the country.

Okowa made the call when he inaugurated a branch of Premium Trust Bank in Asaba.

He expressed his delight at the establishment of the bank in the state and praised Chief E Executive Officer, Mr. Emmanuel Emefiene, for the great job.

He said:

“I’m glad to see wh at I see here today. It’s beautiful and I thank God for it. Today I would like to congratulate you on this great achievement and the fourth branch of your bank.

“I also congratulate you, Mr. Managing Director, on the wonderful name you have given the bank. I think he was. I know the kind of person you are and I think the bank would do people a great service and make a difference in life.

“Banking services are unique; I also believe it will definitely do people a great service as long as it’s done in such a win-win relationship with customers.

“We really need banks to partner with people and not just to glean profits from the people, and I hope your ministry will be aligned in that direction.”

The governor assured that Deltan and the state The government would become a partner of the bank.

Earlier, while greeting people, Emefienem explained that the bank is not only interested in doing business, but also in saving people’s lives influence and improve people.

“As the son of the soil, the bank is not only here to do business, but also to influence people; I know the people and the terrain”

The highlight of the event was the ribbon cutting of the bank opening by the Rev. Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, who to belonged to the special guests of the occasion.

7th Anniversary: ​​Let’s stay united, Okowa urges the Deltans

Meanwhile, Okowa called for a strengthening of Delta Unity the Deltans for greater development of the state and its people.

Okowa called Asaba Monday on Thanksgiving and Praise Day to celebrate the 7th anniversary of its administration.

He thanked God for His faithfulness to his administration and the people of Delta even when things were murky and difficult for the first two years of his administration.