Agribank meets stakeholders in northern Namibia

15 Jan 2015 16:45pm
OSHAKATI, 15 JAN (NAMPA) – The Oshakati branch of the Agricultural Bank (Agribank) of Namibia will hold two separate stakeholders’ information sessions in northern Namibia next week.
Branch Manager John Nekwaya told Nampa earlier this week that the first session will be held in the Ohangwena Region at Eenhana town’s Monte Carlo Guest House on Tuesday, while the Okashana Resource Centre near Omuthiyagwiipundi in the Oshikoto Region will host the second session on Wednesday.
The purpose of the two sessions is for the bank to showcase its products and services to stakeholders, and at the same time sensitising and soliciting “valued opinions” from its clients.
“We at Agribank strongly believe that it is only concerted stakeholders’ involvement that we can confidently gauge the standard and sustainability of our products and services to our valued customers and broader public,” Nekwaya stated.
The information-sharing session is aimed at creating a platform for the stakeholders to share and exchange ideas aimed at improving its products and services for the bank to remain relevant.
It is also for Agribank to be at the forefront of innovative products and services for the agricultural industry in the country, said Nekwaya.
Senior Agribank officials, including its chief executive officer Ambassador Leonard Iipumbu will participate in the two sessions to interact with stakeholders and farmers of northern Namibia.
(NAMPA)
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