This was made known by the spokesperson of the ICPC, Azuka Ogugua, in a statement she issued on Tuesday
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A statement on Sunday signed by Dr. Michael Agamah, Keystone Bank’s General Counsel and Company Secretary, said the details of the meeting had been misrepresented in the media, stressing that the sum of money in issue, which came into its position in the normal and ordinary course of business, was not a “recovered loot” but rather belonged to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
L-R: Olaniran Olayinka, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Keystone Bank Limited; Sunday Dare, Minister of Youths and Sports; and…
The Incubator Reality – Female Entrepreneurs’ forum, targeted towards the empowerment of young female entrepreneurs is a part of The Incubator Reality series. The virtual program was utilized as a tool to educate, empower and motivate the young women to expand their businesses and become successful entrepreneurs.
By supporting ADT Russet’s operations, NIRSAL Plc is also indirectly creating a stronger market for the many cocoa farmers who supply their inventory
The judge held that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission proved beyond reasonable doubt that the convicts committed the fraud
Atuche and Anyanwu were sentenced at nighttime following a very lengthy judgment that began at 9:12am and ended at 9:21pm
A statement by the lender said the gesture, which is part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, is in line with its never-ending efforts to create sustainable impact within the environment it operates.
The Financial Literacy Day is a day set aside by the Central Bank of Nigeria with the aim of instilling healthy financial practices and skills in children for them to have a secure future.
A statement by the bank said the exercise, which was in commemoration of the 2021 International Day of Forests, with the theme: “Forest and Biodiversity,” witnessed employees of the financial institution plant seedlings of jack fruit, tenera oil palm, cashew and mango donated by NCF in their homes.
Oladapo Soneye, the NCF’s Head of Communications, made this known in a statement on Saturday in Abuja, ahead of the 2021 International Day of Forest.
This was contained in a statement by the Chairman of PAN, Alhaji Ahmed Wadada, on Wednesday.
The series, which is a celebration of the Nigerian youth, is based on the story of a streetwise young Nigerian graduate, who decides to use his knowledge, creativity and talent to create employment for himself and other young people around him.
A statement by the lender said the gesture was part of the bank’s corporate social responsibility pillar to provide an enabling environment by improving the well-being, health, lifestyle and studies of young girls in the communities wherein it operates.
This was the takeaway of a five-day capacity building training, tagged: “Boost With Facebook Digital Marketing Webinar Series,” organized by the bank in partnership with Facebook via its Nigerian representative, Rabbington Media, for SMEs in the country.
The National Coordinator of the group, Retson Tedheke, made the announcement in a statement on Thursday, expressing his delight over the development.
Keystone Bank Limited has launched an online platform to empower Small and Medium Scale Enterprises with knowledge to manage and grow their businesses in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The management of Keystone Bank Limited has alerted its teeming customers of the activities of one Obinna Onuselogu, who parades a company, Triple C Investment Limited, as an affiliate of the bank with the aim of defrauding unsuspecting members of the public.
In a statement by the lender on Thursday, the bank said Onuselogu, who used to be a staff of the bank, was no longer in its employ.
It added that anyone who transacts any business with him purportedly in the name of the bank does so at his/her own risk.
“Please note further that Keystone Bank is neither related nor affiliated to any company known as Triple C Investment Limited, which Mr. Onuselogu claims to be its chief executive officer. Anyone who transacts any business with him purportedly in the name of Keystone Bank does so at his/her own risk,” the statement said.
It was learnt that the ex-staff has been using the name of the bank and its executives claiming to be in partnership with the bank with the intent of defrauding unsuspecting members of the public.
The bank said it was working on a legal process and with security agents to put an end to the unscrupulous activities of the so-called Tripple C Investment and its agents led by Onuselogu.
Keystone Bank is a technology and service-driven commercial bank offering convenient and reliable solutions to its customers.
As part of a robust effort to combat the deadly Coronavirus Disease outbreak in Nigeria, the management of Keystone Bank on Sunday announced a donation of N1 billion for the purchase of relief materials, critical care facilities and protective gear to contain the spread of the virus.
Keystone Bank Limited has announced the appointment of Olaniran Olayinka as the Bank’s Acting Managing Director/CEO, subject to approval by the Central Bank of Nigeria.