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Wed, 08 Aug 2018 10:33 - Updated Wed, 08 Aug 2018 10:33

BNA wants greater financial inclusion of citizens

Ondjiva - The National Bank of Angola (BNA) opened Tuesday in Ondjiva, capital of southern Cunene province, the Bankita financial campaign to facilitate citizens' access to banking services and to develop a savings culture.

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The opening of the Bankita account in any commercial bank is directed to national low income citizens.


Speaking to ANGOP, the event's coordinator, Priscila Alberto, said that the two-day campaign is part of the BNA's Financial Education Program and aims at stimulating the opening of bank accounts, encouraging the spirit of savings, promoting the growth and development of commercial activities of low income population.

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