Kogi state governor, Yahaya Bello wants banks operating in the state to come up with modalities on how to support the state government’s efforts at fighting insecurity.
Governor Bello who was speaking during a meeting with members of the bankers forum in Lokoja, the state capital said they need to continue to do more for the society through their corporate social responsibility by ensuring a secure environment in which banking can thrive.
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The state deputy governor, Edward Onoja and the security adviser to the governor highlighted key areas the banks should consider in supporting the state.
Leader of the bankers forum who is a top management staff of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Ahmed Sule ,however explained what it would take to get banks to increase their corporate social responsibility in the state.