GT Bank issues a statement on Account closure and it’s stability

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The attention of Guaranty Trust Bank plc has been drawn to publications in the news and social media which purports that customers of the Bank are closing their accounts with the Bank, and urging the Bank’s esteemed customers to withdraw their money from the Bank as a result of this.

These statements are completely false, baseless and malicious.

The Bank’s operations remain stable and we will continue to serve all our customers guided by our values of excellence, integrity and professionalism.

The Bank therefore advises the general public to disregard rumours, innuendoes and false statements that are being spread by mischievous elements, both in the news and on social media.

The Bank remains committed to providing best-in-class customer experience to all its valued customers.

We thank you for your continued support and patronage.

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