The Deputy Managing Director of First Bank of Nigeria Limited, (FBN) Mr. Francis Shobo, on Friday paid a courtesy visit on the Group Managing Director/CEO KAM Holding, Dr. Kamoru Yusuf, at the corporate headquarters of the firm in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital.
ROYAL NEWS reports that the visit was part of the bank’s efforts towards actualizing its mandate of creating customers’ friendly platforms in a bid to boosting their morale towards harmonious working relationships.
According to him, “We are here today to achieve our routine checks on our branches nationwide and some customers in which KAM Holding is one of our key and valuable customers. The visit is scheduled for the last quarter of the year 2020 in a bid to earnestly prepare ahead of coming year.
“It is also an avevnue to check on the wellbeing of our customers following the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic which had in the last few months affected business operations globally.
In his remark, Dr. Kamoru Yusuf thanked the FBN’s management for the visit and promise that KAM Holding will continue maintain harmonious business relationship with the bank at all times.
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