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Nigerian Banks And Their Customer Care Numbers



Guaranty Trust Bank is a bank that offers premium services to customers. The bank whose major service is to ensure that customers get the best of their service has not failed in this respect.

The bank has a lot of customer service hotlines with which you can establish a phone call/chat relating to any issue you’re facing.

GTB customer care representative is always ready and open to chat with you about any problem at all.

For any complaints or inquiries, you can kindly reach out to your bank by calling their interactive contact center (GTConnect) on 01448000, 070 0482 6663 28, 080 2900 2900, 080 3900 3900.
First Bank of Nigeria customer care


First bank of Nigeria is the oldest operating bank in Nigeria, with top-notch customer service provided to its customers.

The bank has accessible customer services to reach anytime to tender any complaints.

FBN’s customer service is always active, and you can relate any problem faced in the banking process ranging from failed transfer, services, or even ATM card-related problems.

The customer service is always there and opened to providing solutions to any issue you face.

You can reach the bank by calling the following phone numbers: 0700FIRSTCONTACT (0700-34778-2668228), 01-4485500, 0708-062-5000.
Ecobank Customer Service Numbers


Ecobank, one of the top banks in the country, has a quickly 24-hour active customer service.

As a customer of Ecobank, you have an exclusive right to make any complaints to the customer service that bothers you about the bank’s service, which you can do from the comfort of your home using your mobile phone.

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The bank has done a lot of work to establish an excellent bank-customer relationship that relating to them any issues shouldn’t be a problem.

You can reach the bank by contacting their customer care phone number, +234 1 277 2904.
Fidelity Bank customer care

Fidelity Bank is another bank with good customer-based service.


This bank takes steps to ensure that customers get the very best of their services by making their customer care unit active and accessible to all customers.

Fidelity bank’s customer care service is always active all day.

If for any reason you can’t reach the bank about any issue at all, all you need is to get your mobile phone to establish a one-to-one phone call with their customer care.

The customer care is always active, and you can reach them on this number: 070034335489.
Access Bank Customer Service and Numbers

Access bank customer care numbers are the key contacts you could use to reach the bank on any issues suffered.


It is a fast and easy way of connecting to your bank when you do not seek to visit the physical address.

The customer service contact helps you access the bank easily on any issue.

For instance, you may lose your ATM card in a location far away from the bank.

You can use the customer service hotlines to reach them to deactivate your account to save you from any loss due to the missing ATM card. You can reach customer care on these numbers: +234 1- 2712005-7, +234 1-2802500, 07003000000, 01-2273007.
Keystone Bank Customer service

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Keystone bank is one of the banks in the country that proffers customer-based services, ensuring that the customers get the very best services.


The bank has taken active steps to make sure that customers having any issue with the banking system can reach them easily to relate their problem.

Keystone Bank has hotlines to contact them to make complaints or make inquiries.

You can reach the customer service of the Keystone bank by calling this phone number, +234 700 2000 3000.
Stanbic IBTC Bank Customer Care

Stanbic IBTC Bank is one the banks in the country with sound customer service/care with easy accessibility.

The bank has established customer care contacts to make your complaints and inquiries.


If you have any problem and want to complain, you don’t have to stress yourself physically to reach the bank.

You can reach the 24-hour active customer care service with just a phone call from anywhere. You can contact the Customer Care Centre on phone call nationally (Nigeria): 0700 909 909 909 or Internationally on 234 0700 909 909 909
Zenith Bank Customer Care Lines

Zenith bank is one the bank with the most active customer care services.

This bank always has the customer’s welfare at heart, ensuring that no customer suffers any loss from defrauding or anything that pertains to a customer’s account.

The bank took an extra step in ensuring that all customers access their customer services, whether physically or using your mobile.

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You could easily deactivate your account if you discover your ATM card is missing with just a phone call. You can reach the Zenith bank customer service on Phone call: 234-1-2787000, 0700ZENITHBANK.
Union Bank of Nigeria Customer Care

Union Bank of Nigeria has an established union with customers when it comes to providing customer service.

The bank has a profound customer care unit that all customers can access with any bank-related issue at all.

ZBN, with its hotlines, provides customers with the alternative of reaching them over any problem without having to stress yourself by visiting the bank.

You can reach the bank to make your complaints through their UnionCare: +234-1-2716816 and 07007007000
Citibank Nigeria Customer Care


Citibank is one other bank that has actively and consistently provided assistance to customers by providing accessible services.

The bank always makes sure that customers enjoy accessible banking services by providing solutions to customers on any issue related to the bank.

Even if you can’t visit the bank, you can reach them on call through any of the following numbers: 234 1 279 8400, 234 1 463 8400

Those are all Nigerian banks and their customer care numbers and I believe your curiosity has been answered.



Real estate firm approves N14.50 dividend



SFS Real Estate Investment Trust says it will pay N14.50 per share as dividends to its shareholders for 2023.

The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of SFS Capital Nigeria Limited, Patrick Ilodianya, disclosed this during the company’s general meeting held on Tuesday in Lagos.

According to Ilodianya, the SFS Real Estate Investment Trust, formerly known as Skye Shelter Fund, a subsidiary of SFS Capital Nigeria, witnessed a 70 per cent growth in net income to N317.5m in 2023 from N186.6m in the prior year.

“Concurrently, we observed a growth in dividend payouts of 71.60 per cent, nearly doubling,” he stated.


The managing director explained that despite encountering challenging market conditions, SFS REIT consistently delivered dividends every year since its inception.

“In 2023, SFS REIT is proposing a dividend of N14.50 per share, marking this the highest dividend ever distributed in the Fund’s 17-year history.

“To contextualise these achievements, consider an investor who acquired SFS REIT shares on January 1, 2023, at a share price of N77.00. This investor would witness a capital appreciation of N24.35 per share (31.62 per cent), with the current share price standing at N101.35 per share.

“The overwhelming demand for shares has rendered them currently unavailable for purchase, as demand far exceeds supply. A dividend payout of N14.50 per share translates to an 18.83 per cent return compared to the share price on January 1, 2023, resulting in an estimated total return of over 50 per cent annually,” Ilodianya enunciated.

He spoke further that SFS REIT had invested in multiple units within organised and efficiently managed residential estates along the expanding Lekki corridor.

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He listed some notable investments, including Milverton Court Estate, Victoria Crest V Estate, Sapphire Gardens Estate, Maben Phase 2 Estate, Bourdillon Court Estate, Victory Park Estate, and Cromwell Court Estate.

He added that real estate returns remain stable while adjusting to inflation and consistently appreciating under skilled fund managers.

“Within SFS REIT, our Average Occupancy rate exceeds 98 per cent, while the average rental default rate remains below 1.5 per cent. Over the years, we have implemented various Proptech initiatives aimed at optimising rent collection, increasing occupancy rates, and reducing default occurrences.

“Leveraging technology, we have streamlined our property acquisition and disposal processes, enhanced tenant sourcing and appraisal procedures, automated entry/access control, and facilitated electricity vending.

“With 17 years of experience under our belt, SFS Capital Nigeria Limited remains exceedingly optimistic about the future. Positioned strategically, we are poised to implement innovative strategies to expand the fund and enhance its yield. While our current dividend payout of N14.50 per share represents the pinnacle in the history of REITs, we anticipate no decline. Instead, we envision SFS REIT continuing to deliver higher dividends in the foreseeable future,” he concluded.


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Cement price 69% higher in Nigeria than India – Reps C’ttee



The House of Representatives Joint Committee investigating the arbitrary increase in the price of cement in Nigeria has lamented the cost of the commodity, compared to what obtains in other African countries.

Recall that on March 13, 2024, the House resolved to investigate the incessant increase in the price of cement following the adoption of the motion co-sponsored by Gaza Gbefwi (SDP, Nasarawa) and Ademorin Kuye (APC, Lagos).

On February 13, the Federal Government and cement manufacturers agreed to peg the price of a 50kg bag of cement between N7,000 and N8,000.

At the public hearing on the subject matter on Tuesday organized by the House Joint Committee in Abuja, the Chairman, House Committee on Solid Minerals, Gaza Gbefwi said there’s a need to address the situation, noting that in most African countries, the price of cement is lower compared to what obtains in Nigeria.


He said, “Our findings showed that the price of cement is 69 per cent higher in Nigeria than in India, 39 per cent higher in Nigeria than in Zambia and 29 per cent higher than in Kenya given the official exchange rate.”

Speaking at the event, the Speaker, Abbas Tajudeen represented by the Deputy Speaker, Benjamin Kalu, assured the manufacturers that the public hearing was not intended to witch-hunt them but an avenue to prefer solutions to the challenges affecting the housing sector, particularly the high cost of cement across the country.

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MediaFuse-Dentsu Nigeria boosts reading culture, sponsors Uyo book club reading session



A leading integrated marketing communications network, MediaFuse-Dentsu Nigeria, has announced its sponsorship of the Uyo Book Club, a vibrant community of book lovers based in Akwa State, Nigeria.

The event, aligned with MediaFuse-Dentsu Nigeria’s commitment to fostering creativity and knowledge, will be held on Saturday,25th May from 4pm at Shakespeare’sn Hall, Watbridge Hotel and Suites, Opposite Ibom Hall, IBB Way, Uyo.

The Group Chief Executive Officer of MediaFuse-Dentsu Nigeria, Emeka Chris Okeke, described the sponsorship as another way of supporting initiatives that foster reading culture and promote literacy.

This is coming a few months after the company donated computers to Army Children Senior High School in Ikeja, Nigeria to empower students with the necessary tools for the digital age and improve their chances of success.


He said, “MediaFuse-Dentsu Nigeria is excited to partner with the Uyo Book Club and help them continue to provide a platform for people to connect and explore the literary.

“At MediaFuse-Dentsu Nigeria, we believe in the power of stories to inspire and educate. We are committed to supporting initiatives that foster creativity, education, and community engagement.”

Responding to the sponsorship, the Founder and Father of the Book Club Initiative in Akwa Ibom State, Dr Udeme Nana, commended MediaFuse-Dentsu for sponsoring the book reading session.

He said, “Uyo Book Club, a community service initiative based in Akwa Ibom State, South-South Nigeria, seeks to bridge the yawning gap observed in the reading habit of Nigerians. We are delighted to have MediaFuse-Dentsu Nigeria on board in the mission to re-awaken the culture of reading and also promote it among Nigerians.”


MediaFuse-Dentsu Nigeria is a leading integrated marketing communications agency, offering a comprehensive range of services including media planning and buying, creative and content development, digital performance, location services, and public relations. The agency is a member of the Dentsu International network, one of the world’s largest marketing communications groups with a presence in over 65 countries around the world.


The Uyo Book Club is a platform for passionate readers to connect, discuss literature, and share their love of books. The club hosts regular meetings, author events, and other literary activities.


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