NCBA has opened its new Migori branch at Val Plaza, in Migori Town, Migori County. This is in line with the bank’s continued strategy to scale up its network of branches and bring services closer to customers in regions across the country.
The branch opening was inaugurated by the Migori Governor, Ochilo Ayacko, in an event attended by NCBA’s top leadership led by NCBA Group Director Retail Banking, Tirus Mwithiga.
Speaking during the branch opening, Mwithiga expressed delight at the opening of the new branch which will greatly facilitate the Bank’s customers.
“Migori Town is a commercial centre and serves as a market corridor to neighbouring communities in Uganda and Tanzania. This makes it the epicentre for vibrant business undertakings and opportunities. By opening a branch here, we have provided the residents with access to financial services customized to meet their individual needs,” said Mwithiga.
In a bid to address customers’ needs, the Migori Branch will focus on providing customers with a broad range of financial products and solutions including savings and current accounts, loans, investment solutions for wholesalers, and asset finance solutions for retailers.
The mobile and Internet banking services will also enable customers to access their accounts from anywhere at any time.
The new branch will service Migori Town customers and its greater environs, aiding the transborder trade from neighbouring countries and continuing to support and grow the area’s business opportunities.
“Migori Town, where we stand today, is more than just a dot on the map. It serves as a crucial link between Kenya and Tanzania, and it’s the second most vibrant commercial centre in Luo-Nyanza, following Kisumu.
“Our county is teeming with potential, so we gather here with pride today. NCBA’s decision to establish a branch here is a testament to the immense potential that Migori County holds. This branch’s opening is not just a local milestone but part of our journey towards national economic growth. As we progress, the NCBA branch in Migori will catalyze business expansion, financial empowerment, and a better quality of life for our people,” said Ayacko.