• Home
  • Business
  • Ghana: Zenith Bank strengthens its expansion efforts, inaugurates 42nd branch in Ashaiman

Ghana: Zenith Bank strengthens its expansion efforts, inaugurates 42nd branch in Ashaiman

Zenith Bank (Ghana) Limited celebrates a milestone with the inauguration of its 42nd physical business location in Ashaiman.

Zenith Bank (Ghana) Limited expands its footprint with the opening of its 42nd branch in Ashaiman. Situated at the Ashaiman Shell Filling Station on the Ashaiman-Klagon road, this new location reflects the bank’s dedication to extending its services and accessibility to communities, with a presence now spanning 11 out of 16 regions in Ghana.

Zenith Bank (Ghana) Limited achieves a significant milestone with the inauguration of its 42nd physical business location in Ashaiman.

During the ceremony, Mr. Henry Onwuzurigbo, Zenith Bank’s Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, highlighted that the new branch embodies the Bank’s commitment to being present wherever its services are required. While acknowledging the significance of digital banking, he emphasized the importance of maintaining physical branches to preserve the value of human interaction in the banking sector.

The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer noted that selecting Ashaiman for the new branch was strategic, given its dense population, multicultural makeup, and flourishing ecosystem of micro, small, and medium-sized businesses.

With a bustling manufacturing sector encompassing textiles, agricultural inputs, metalwork and others, Ashaiman he said presented a compelling opportunity for Zenith Bank to contribute to the local economy.

“With this branch opening in this vibrant and commercially active town that is Ashaiman, Zenith Bank has once again demonstrated its commitment to wider accessibility, and we have more openings coming,” Mr. Onwuzurigbo said as he hinted at another branch opening in the pipeline.

The MD/CEO reiterated the Bank’s commitment to an exceptional customer experience at all times, assuring all present of the readiness of staff to serve.

The event garnered enthusiasm, especially from Ashaiman’s Market Queen, Mrs. Getrude Amui, who acknowledged the initial apprehensions many traders have towards financial institutions.

She commended Zenith Bank’s approach, citing positive interactions with leadership, transparent communication, and visible growth, factors that instil confidence and encourage wider participation in the formal financial sector.

“When you come to the markets many have not had very good experiences and are therefore hesitant to commit to financial institutions, but Zenith Bank’s approach, our interactions with the highest level of its leaders, the assurances provided and what we have seen with our eyes gives us confidence that our deposits are not only safe but we will grow with the bank,” she explained.

The event was honored by a distinguished assembly of dignitaries representing various sectors and institutions within the Ashaiman community.

Related Posts

Ghana: SSNIT urges potential entrepreneurs to join SEED programme

Women and young entrepreneurs have been advised to enrol in the Social Security and National Insurance Trust- Self-Employed…

Nigeria: Regulatory reforms to bolster fintech ecosystem – PalmPay CEO

The Managing Director of PalmPay, Mr. Chika Nwosu, has emphasized that the Central Bank of Nigeria’s regulatory policies…

Kenya: Choice Microfinance Bank spearheads digital transformation through inventive strategies

The banking industry is experiencing significant transformation driven by the digital revolution and evolving customer demands in today’s…

Nigeria: NNPC, Schlumberger forge agreement to enhance upstream operations

The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Energy Services Limited (EnServ) and Schlumberger (SLB) has solidified their collaboration by signing…