In a move to improve the welfare of its personnel through provision of financial services including retail banking, soft loans and advances as well as financial advisory, the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu on Wednesday launched the Nigeria Police Microfinance Bank (NPF-MFB) e-Banking, Mobile Banking App and *5757# USSD code.
Unveiling of the new banking technology and digital innovation at the Force Headquarters in Abuja, the IGP noted that the initiative will help improve banking experience, customer interaction and operational efficiencies for serving and retired police officers and the general public who own accounts and transacts business with the NPF-Micro Finance Bank.
Adamu said the NPF-MFB which was established on May 19, 1993, has grown fast as one of the leading microfinance banks in Nigeria, adding that it was evident in its expansion from a single branch at creation to thirty-five (35) branches presently across Nigeria.
The new e-Banking Technology Mobile Banking App and the *5757# USSD code is part of the determination of the Force to evolve technologically and improve the services rendered by the Bank to Police officers across the country, police spokesperson, CP Frank Mba, said in a statement on Wednesday.
He said the IGP also reaffirmed the commitment of the Nigeria Police Force to the welfare of its personnel, saying a financial stress-free life is key to personnel performance, just as he urged police personnel, retired police officers and the general public to maximize the enormous services and benefits the new technological innovation that the Nigeria Police Microfinance Bank provide.