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Eritrea: Adi-Wegri Commercial Bank Providing Service to About 41 Thousand Customers

Mendefera — The commercial bank in Mendefera, Adi-Wegri branch, is providing service to 41 thousand customers from sub-zones of Mendefera, Mai-Mine, Areza, Dubarwa, Imni-Haili and Adi-Quala, explained Mr. Solomon Goitom, manager of the bank.

He stated that the bank was renovated with the introduction of the national currency, Nakfa, and that currently the bank has 1.2 billion current and saving accounts.

He also said the though the bank has only 18 staff members, but they are providing service to customers with dedication and efficiency.

Mr. Tedros Zaid, who said he is customer of the bank for 15 years, explained that he is getting efficient and timely service and appreciated the treatment he gets from the staff of the bank. He also called for the increase of staff and additional working room for better services.

Ms. Tarekesh Ainalem, who worked there for 30 years, noted that they are working hard with dedication and harmony to satisfy customers and that the awareness of customers on the activities of banks is contributing for them to work efficiently.

Currently the commercial bank Adi-Wegri branch has 624 customers with 550 million current accounts, 40 thousand customers with 630 saving accounts.

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