The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria said is liaising with the Body of Banks chief executives to address the current challenges.
The institute in as statement signed by the President/Chairman of Council, Ken Opara, noted that the banks would continue to remain open to serve the public as long as it is safe to do so.
“The safety and security of staff of banks is of paramount importance. Hence, where there is security challenge, the Management of banks have been empowered to take proactive measures to close operations in such location and inform the Central Bank of Nigeria. Therefore, the safety concerns being expressed in various quarters are already being addressed.
“Banks will continue to ensure that adequate security are in place to protect staff and customers whilst safeguarding the assets of the banks in contending with the current challenge.
“Consequently, we appeal to the general public to remain calm and eschew any act of violence as the
banking industry remain resolute and committed to finding ways to address all the related issues. We indeed appreciate you for your continued patience and understanding as we work together towards restoring normalcy”
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to finding ways to address all the related issues banking industry appeal to the general public to remain calm and eschew any act of violence as the
We indeed appreciate you for your continued patience and understanding as we work together towards restoring normalcy”