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Bankers educate Students on Earning, Managing & Saving Money For A Secured Future to mark 2019 Financial Literacy Day



Union Bank at All Saints Church School, Ibadan.

The Bankers’ Committee has disclosed that it educated over 62,000 students on financial literacy, as part of activities to mark the 2019 Financial Literacy Day and Global Money Week. The theme for this year was “Learn. Save. Earn”. Financial Literacy Day is a day set aside by the Central Bank of Nigeria during the Global Money Week to focus on increasing the level of awareness among the youth on the importance of earning, managing and saving money in order to have a secure future.

Providus Bank at Onike Girls Junior High School, Lagos.

Bank CEOs and their employees visited schools across the country to tutor and mentor students and youths on basic money management skills. A total of 488 schools in 193 local governments were visited nationwide. Each financial institution in the country selected five schools across the six geopolitical areas where their employees taught and engaged students during the campaign.

Heritage Bank at Ataoja Government High School Osogbo

Unity Bank at Charles Coll. Onitsha, Anambra State.

Speaking on the initiative, Emeka Emuwa, Chairman, Financial Literacy and Public Enlightenment Sub-Committee (FLPE), said;

“The importance of financial education for young Nigerians cannot be overemphasized. We are proud to see the financial institutions in Nigeria take up the task of educating Nigeria’s youth on financial literacy, and increasing awareness on the importance of earning, managing and saving money in order to have a secure future. We are pleased with the students’ response and this will encourage us to continue developing programmes and activities that will further empower them.”

Keystone Bank at MAGWAN Special Primary School, Kano.

Financial Literacy Day 2019 event facilitated by FCMB.

Guaranty Trust Bank at Brookstone School International, Port Harcourt.

Financial inclusion is a constituent pillar of the Bankers’ Committee mandate, making initiatives like this critical to the goal of increasing the number of financially included citizens in the country. The initiative which impacted over 29,000 boys and over 32,000 girls, is aimed squarely at ensuring the next generation is empowered with important financial awareness and literacy, needed to enhance economic prosperity and continue to improve poverty reduction.

FSDH Merchant Bank at Ogunmodede Senior College, Lagos

FBNQuest Merchant Bank at Holy Rosary College, Port Harcourt

Financial Literacy Day 2019 event facilitated by Standard Chartered Bank

Literacy Day 2019 event facilitated by Nova Merchant Bank.

Ecobank at Ahmadu Bahago Secondary School, Minna.

Stanbic IBTC at Igbinedion Secondary School, Okada.

Coronation Merchant Bank at Archdeacon Crowther Memorial Girls School

Financial Literacy Day 2019 event facilitated by Access Bank.

Polaris Bank at Government Secondary School, Tundun Wada, Abuja

Fidelity Bank at Orji Housing Estate Secondary School, Gombe

Financial Literacy Day 2019 event facilitated by Rand Merchant

Zenith Bank at Sacred Heart High School, Benin, Edo State

Suntrust Bank at Government Secondary school, Kuje Abuja.

Wema Bank at Government Girls Secondary School, Kaduna.

UBA at Government Day Secondary School, Army Barracks.

First Bank at Fiwasaye Girls’ Grammar School, Akure.

Financial Literacy Day 2019 event facilitated by Sterling Bank

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