he United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA) has adjusted its banking hours to provide a seamless transition process for its customers to return old Naira notes in their possession.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that this is contained in a statement released by the bank following a recent development at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
Recall that the CBN had on Wednesday announced the introduction of new Naira notes which will come into circulation on December 15th 2022, whilst existing Naira notes will remain legal tender until January 2023.
To help its customers through the transition, UBA in the statement disclosed that its branches will open on Saturdays for cash deposit only from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
The bank urged its customers to start depositing their existing Naira notes into UBA branches closest to them.
“Don’t panic, we are adjusting our branch opening hours for your convenience. Zero charges will apply for all cash deposits.
“Remember, present notes can still be used for the purchase of goods and services until cut off date in January,” the statement reads.
For enquiries, the bank disclosed that its customer experience experts are available to answer all questions on 07002255822 or via email: [email protected]