Nigerian Association of the Blind Issues Ultimatum to Banks

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The Nigerian Association of the Blind has threatened to embark on a nationwide protest.

National President of the Association, Ishayaku Adamu, lamented the inability of their members to independently access financial services across the Country.

Adamu accused Banks of not implementing some principles which would have guaranteed their financial inclusion, adding that this had subjected their members to different forms of hardship in their transactions with the Banks.

The President gave the Central Bank of Nigeria and other relevant authorities one week ultimatum to address the injustice against visually impaired Nigerians.

Written by: Helen Obih

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