Jaiz Bank, Kogi Partner On Women Empowerment

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Jaiz Bank Plc and Kogi State government have agreed to partner in empowering women, traders and artisans in the state. This was made known, yesterday at the courtesy visit made by the management team of Jaiz Bank, led by its managing director/CEO Hassan Usman to Governor Yahaya Bello in Lokoja, Kogi State.

Governor Bello, stated that his government stands for what Jaiz Bank also stands for, making life better for humanity, saying that he found a perfect partner in the Bank. According to Bello, Kogi State is safe for Jaiz Bank who is coming to partner with us. Farmers, women, traders and artisans are going to benefit from this partnership. We stand for service to the people and that is service to humanity.

“We want to partner with your bank in the areas of property financing and other infrastructural financing so that we can touch the life of all citizenry.

In his response, the managing director of Jaiz Bank, Hassan Usman said the bank is willing and ready to partner with the State government to enhance the people’s welfare.

He said, “We wish and desire to partner with your government in the areas of welfare and financing. Jaiz Bank is meant to provide financing for a better life and it’s open to all.”

Founded in 2003, Jaiz Bank is the only full-fledged non-interest bank in Nigeria with 26 branches in 14 states in the country. The bank has been awarded a national licence by the Central Bank of Nigeria to operate across all 36 states, including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

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