The Agricultural Development Bank PLC (ADB), has resumed its Saturday Banking Services in twenty-seven (27) branches across the country.
The selected Branches in the Greater Accra Region include Spintex, Madina, Tema Main, Dansoman, Kaneshie, Makola, Ridge, New Town, Nima, Ring Road Central (RRC), Teshie, Nungua, and Abeka Lapaz.
Also in the Ashanti Region and Bono/Bono East Regions, customers can visit the Obuasi, Kumasi Adum, Ejisu, Berekum, Techiman, Sunyani, and Dormaa Ahenkro branches, and customers in the Central, Western, Eastern, Northern, and Upper West Regions could visit the Kasoa, Mankessim, Takoradi Market Circle, Koforidua, Nkawkaw, Tamale Main and Wa for the Saturday Banking services.
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Commenting on the resumption in a statement issued by the bank, the ADB Managing Director, Dr. John Kofi Mensah, said the resumption of the service was part of Management’s decision to offer more services to customers.
He indicated that the branches will be opened from 9:00 am-2:00 pm, and further announced the resumption of Holiday Remittance services at five (5) branches within the Greater Accra region namely, Abeka-Lapaz, Nungua, New Town, Madina, and Kasoa.
With customers currently abiding by the COVID-19 protocols and the continuous demand for the service by our customers, we are resuming the service in our 27 selected branches,” he said.
He further revealed that customers receiving monies from their friends and families during holidays such as Easter, Eid-al-Adha, Christmas, etc can now also and providing Remittance services will put our customers at an advantage to receive money from their loved ones abroad during public holidays,” Dr Mensah stated.
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