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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Stakeholders applaud MoneyTrust Micro Finance Bank opening in Lekki Eti-Osa

Stakeholders across various sectors of the economy have praised the inauguration of MoneyTrust Micro Finance Bank (MFB) in Lekki, Eti-Osa axis of Lagos state. MoneyTrust MFB, a newly licensed multi-purpose Microfinance bank, is committed to the provision of banking services to the unbanked population in the country.



Leading top dignitaries to the event was the Sole Administrator of Lekki Eti-Osa Local Government Area, Abiodun Elegushi.

Speaking at the launch Elegusihi commended the management of MONEYTRUST MFB for the initiative to open in the axis with the aim of addressing the everyday financial needs of a teeming section of the populace who have been left out in the scope of regular banking operations.
“I commend your courage in commencing operations in this part of the city. I am particularly pleased with your innovative products that are focused on empowerment of women and youths.” She said.
Similarly, the Director General of Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Dr Dakuku Peterside, praised the management of MONEYTRUST for entering the market with a unique value proposition that is geared toward empowering the unbanked in the community.

On his part the Managing Director of MONEYTRUST, Chike Memeh, said, “The vision of the bank is to be the leading solutions-driven bank in Nigeria. To achieve this, our focus is on strong corporate governance and core customer values.”

According to Memeh, “We want to be a bank that is integrated into our core customers’ aspiration by adding value. It is not just about prompt services but being a dependable partner you can rely on.”
MoneyTrust MFB, a newly licensed multi-purpose Microfinance bank has pledged to promote the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) financial inclusion through the provision of banking services to unbanked population in the country.

Some of the products offered by MoneyTrust MfB include mom-prenuer (MP), which is targeted at women empowerment; youth-preneur, aimed at innovation and enterprise; pool funds management; cooperative partnership plan as well as micro health scheme.

The event anchored by popular comedian, Prof. Abey had other dignitaries in attendance.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

PLEASE CAN SOMEONE BEG NDDC TO PAY THEIR SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS ABROAD?. I DON'T KNOW WHY OUR THINGS HAVE TO DIFFERENT IN THIS COUNTRY.

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Okay


... Merited happiness

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Okay


... Merited happiness

Anonymous said...

women and youths, you've heard it..take advantage of this opportuinity to be empowered

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