BANK REDUCES OPERATING HOURS TO SAVE FUEL COSTS
The list of commercial banks taking this direction has been growing in Nigeria, their reason has its root in the cost of Associated General Oil known also as diesel which risen to ₦700 per litre at fuel stations.
.Does it mean poor thoughts has crept into private sector as well? How can banks reduce operating hours in anticipation of serving customers optimally?
Does that mean renewable energy resources like solar powered systems is yet to be prevalent in our financial institutions!
How come banks have not switched to solar systems to power their respective branches even before the price of diesel reached the roof?
Private sector is seen by many of a place where the public sector needs to look up to for optimisation tips, when such place now resort to archaic ways, it leaves one transfixed on which direction to look.
- Oloye Layi Deinde