Wema Bank celebrates 76 years of customer satisfaction | The Guardian Nigeria News


Wema Bank is commemorating its 76th anniversary, starting from yesterday. The longest surviving indigenous Nigerian bank started operations in 1945 as Agbonmagbe Bank Limited. It became Wema Bank in 1969 after a change in ownership.

It became a PLC in 1987, got listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in 1990 while obtaining a universal banking license from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in 2001.

From such humble beginnings, Wema Bank now operates the largest digital bank in Africa, fully in use in all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

To commemorate the milestone with its loyal customers, Wema Bank would engage the bank’s loyal customers on social media with various giveaways in the coming weeks.

Commenting on the 76th-anniversary activities, Head, Marketing, Corporate Communications and Investor Relations, Wema Bank, Funmilayo Falola, said the bank has excellent reasons to celebrate by appreciating customers’ loyalty over the years.

“For the last 76 years, we have always made our customers’ dreams, our dreams, and their goals, our goals. We made their satisfaction our number one priority.

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As we continue the relationship and grow together, we are honoured to keep our promise of providing innovative solid solutions to meet their various needs,” she said.







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