Daily Trust (Abuja)

31 January 2013

Nigeria: First Bank Launches Premium Banking Lounges

First Bank of Nigeria Limited yesterday launched its Premium Banking Lounges where certain category of customers will be given special services at a cozy environment whenever they visit the bank for transaction.

The beneficiaries of the service who transact about N15 million businesses with the bank over a period of one year have been given a premium card that will afford them access to the lounge whenever they visit the bank. They will be served beverages, water and internet facilities while been attended to.

Speaking at the launch of the service at the Asokoro branch of the bank in Abuja, the Group General Manager of FirstBank Mr. Bisi Onasanya said that the bank recognize the invaluable contribution of the customers and believed that it is befitting to grant them additional courtesies as they strive to avail them the best banking services possible.

Represented by the Business Development Manager in charge of Abuja main Branch, Retail Banking, Ibrahim Ahmed El-Rufai, the CEO said that the pilot phase of the premium banking lounges which commenced at selected branches across Lagos and Abuja, will be extended nationwide in due course.

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