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  • Unity Bank Sort Codes Across Nigeria

A Sort Code identifies both the bank and the branch where an account is domiciled. A sort code is a 9-digit number with first 3 digits identifying the bank’s code, while the next digit represents the location and the last 5 digits tell the branch.

Below is the complete list of Unity Bank sort codes and branches across Nigeria.

S/N SORT CODES  BRANCHES
1 215084086 WUSE II, ABUJA
2 215083896 MAITAMA, ABUJA
3 215083854 WUSE II, ABUJA
4 215083650 WUSE II, ABUJA
5 215083362 SOKODE, ABUJA
6 215083278 CBD, ABUJA
7 215083265 MAITAMA, ABUJA
8 215083223 CONSTITUTION ROAD, ABUJA
9 215083210 WUSE ZONE 4, ABUJA
10 215163046 SULEIJA
11 215082758 CENTRAL BUS. DISTRICT, ABUJA
12 215083745 KWALI, ABUJA
13 215082509 GWAGWALADA, ABUJA
14 215082347 WUSE 2, ABUJA
15 215082334 HERBERT MACAULAY, ABUJA
16 215082321 GARKI, ABUJA
17 215082279 3 ARMS, ABUJA
18 215082198 MAITAMA, ABUJA
19 215082101 WUSE 1, ABUJA
20 215162063 SULEIJA
21 215082017 CENTRAL AREA, ABUJA
22 215183822 IGBOKODA
23 215183819 AKURE
24 215343688 OTUN EKITI
25 215343675 ADO EKITI
26 215183314 ALAGBAKA, AKURE
27 215182674 OBA ADESIDA, AKURE
28 215032892 BILLIRI
29 215032821 AZARE
30 215032818 ALKALERI, BAUCHI
31 215032546 GOMBE
32 215032520 BAUCHI
33 215032287 GOMBE
34 215032245 BAUCHI
35 215043535 BENIN
36 215043522 BENIN
37 215043519 BENIN
38 215043506 BENIN
39 215043496 BENIN
40 215043483 BENIN
41 215243474 WARRI
42 215243461 POST OFFICE ROAD
43 215243458 COURT ROAD
44 215243445 OLEH
45 215243432 UMUSADEGE ROAD
46 215243429 EFFURUN WARRI ROAD
47 215243416 DENNIS OSADEBEY WAY
48 215243403 OLD LAGOS ASABA ROAD
49 215243393 DENSU ROAD
50 215023377 ONITSHA
51 215023238 ONITSHA
52 215022802 ONITSHA
53 215213831 OSHOGBO
54 215193320 IBADAN
55 215192680 IBADAN
56 215283719 AJAOKUTA
57 215143024 ILORIN
58 215283007 IYARA
59 215282998 ANKPA
60 215142630 OFFA
61 215142627 ILORIN
62 215282613 OKENE
63 215282600 LOKOJA
64 215282590 AJAOKUTA
65 215203809 MARABA
66 215203634 JOS
67 215202087 PANKSHIN
68 215203074 JOS INDUSTRIAL
69 215203032 AKWANGA
70 215202693 JOS
71 215202651 KEFFI
72 215202648 LAFIA
73 215202185 JOS
74 215113960 KADUNA
75 215113546 KADUNA
76 215113096 KADUNA
77 215112932 ZARIA
78 215112929 KAFANCHAN
79 215112385 KADUNA
80 215112372 KADUNA
81 215112259 KADUNA
82 215112259 KADUNA
83 215112233 IKARA
84 215112165 KADUNA INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT
85 215112123 ZARIA
86 215112071 KADUNA
87 215124043 WUDIL TOWN
88 215124030 KANO
89 215124027 KANO
90 215124014 KANTIN KWARI
91 215124001 DAWAKIN KUDU TOWN
92 215123992 DAMBATA TOWN
93 215123989 KANO
94 215123976 ABS/ZOO ROAD
95 215263959 MAIGATARI TOWN
96 215263946 KAZAURE
97 215263933 HADEJIA
98 215263920 DUTSE
99 215263917 BIRNIN KUDU
100 215123706 WUDIL
101 215123691 KANO
102 215123549 KANO
103 215122948 CHIROMAWA
104 215262905 HADEJIA
105 215262552 DUTSE
106 215122430 SHARADA
107 215122427 KANO
108 215122414 KANO
109 215122401 KANO
110 215122391 KANO
111 215122294 KANO
112 215122087 KANO
113 215132967 DUTSIN-MA
114 215132954 DAURA
115 215132576 FUNTUA
116 215132569 KATSINA
117 215132213 KATSINA
118 215154097 VICTORIA ISLAND
119 215154068 VICTORIA ISLAND
120 215154056 APAPA
121 215153878 VICTORIA ISLAND
122 215153865 APAPA
123 215153797 VICTORIA ISLAND
124 215153784 TIN CAN ISLAND
125 215153771 IKEJA
126 215153768 IKEJA
127 215153755 LEKKI
128 215153742 OKE ARIN
129 215153739 APAPA PORT
130 215153726 ABULE EGBA
131 215153629 ITIRE ROAD
132 215153616 LAGOS
133 215153603 IKEJA
134 215153593 VICTORIA ISLAND
135 215153580 LAGOS
136 215153577 APAPA
137 215153564 IKEJA
138 215153302 LAGOS ISLAND
139 215153292 IKEJA
140 215153289 APAPA
141 215153247 VICTORIA ISLAND
142 215152471 VICTORIA ISLAND
143 215152468 BALOGUN
144 215152455 IKEJA
145 215152442 APAPA
146 215152222 APAPA
147 215152099 BALOGUN
148 215152057 YABA
149 215152044 VICTORIA ISLAND
150 215152028 TREASURY DEPARTMENT
151 215063900 MAIDUGURI
152 215313184 POTISKUM
153 215313171 NGURU
154 215062888 NEW MARTE
155 215062875 MONDAY MARKET
156 215312729 DAMATURU
157 215062367 MAIDUGURI
158 215062354 MAIDUGURI – BAMA ROAD
159 215062176 MAIDUGURI
160 215053389 MAKURDI
161 215052869 GBOKO
162 215052856 UGBOKOLO
163 215052843 OTUKPO
164 215052830 GBOKO
165 215052539 MAKURDI
166 215163062 ZUNGERU
167 215163059 BIDA
168 215163017 C/O MINNA MAIN BRANCH
169 215162665 MINNA
170 215162267 BIDA
171 215162034 MINNA
172 215162034 MINNA
173 215233358 ABA
174 215233206 CONSTITUTION CRESCENT, ABA
175 215232498 ABA
176 215214076 PORT HARCOURT
177 215213886 PORT HARCOURT
178 215213844 TRANS AMADI
179 215213640 TRANS AMADI
180 215213349 ABA ROAD
181 215213336 OMOKU
182 215212489 AZIKIWE ROAD
183 215212133 ABA ROAD
184 215213255 TRANS AMADI
185 215223193 TALATA-MAFARA
186 215223151 YABO
187 215223148 SOKOTO MARKET
188 215223135 SABON BIRNI
189 215223122 GWADABAWA
190 215223119 C/O SOKOTO MAIN BRANCH
191 215223106 BODINGA
192 215272982 ZURU
193 215222738 GUSAU
194 215222709 GUSAU
195 215272584 BIRNIN KEBBI (FORMERLY B.O.N)
196 215272319 BIRNIN KEBBI (FORMERLY INTERCITY)
197 215272306 JEGA
198 215222204 SOKOTO
199 215222110 GUSAU
200 215013662 UYO
201 215012799 UYO
202 215303165 WUKARI
203 215092780 UBA
204 215092777 NUMAN
205 215092764 MUBI
206 215302713 JALINGO
207 215092515 YOLA

CEO/Founder Investors King Ltd, a foreign exchange research analyst, contributing author on New York-based Talk Markets and Investing.com, with over a decade experience in the global financial markets.

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Zenith Bank Gets Recognition for Best Corporate Governance

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Zenith Bank Plc’s strong business ethos, ethical values, and impeccable corporate governance have been rewarded with ‘Best Corporate Governance’ Financial Services’ Africa 2021 award by the Ethical Boardroom.

The bank, in a statement yesterday, said the award, published in the June 2021 edition of The Ethical Boardroom magazine, recognised the bank’s adherence to global best practices and institutionalisation of corporate governance as well as setting an industry-wide example of best practices in that field.

Commenting on the award, Group Managing Director/Chief Executive of Zenith Bank Plc, Mr. Ebenezer Onyeagwu, said: “This recognition is a testament to our commitment to quality, accountability, fairness and transparency in our engagement with all stakeholders.

“It is also an affirmation of the bank’s professionalism, ethical conduct and sustenance of global best practices and standards which is attributable to the joint collaboration of the management and staff.”
The award comes on the heels of others and recognitions that the bank has garnered in recent times for its track record of excellent performance and commitment to global best practices.

For instance, Zenith Bank was voted as Bank of the Year (Nigeria) in The Banker’s Bank of the Year Awards 2020; Best Bank in Nigeria in the Global Finance World’s Best Banks Awards 2020 and 2021, and Best Corporate Governance’ Financial Services’ Africa 2020 by the Ethical Boardroom.

Also, the bank emerged as the Most Valuable Banking Brand in Nigeria in the Banker Magazine Top 500 Banking Brands 2020 and 2021, and Number One Bank in Nigeria by Tier-1 Capital in the “2020 Top 1000 World Banks” Ranking by The Banker Magazine.

Similarly, the bank was recognised as Bank of the Decade (People’s Choice) at the THISDAY Awards 2020, Retail Bank of the year at the 2020 BusinessDay Banks and Other Financial Institutions (BOFI) Awards, and Best Company in Promotion of Good Health and Well-Being as well as Best Company in Promotion of Gender Equality and Women Empowerment at the Sustainability, Enterprise and Responsibility (SERAS) Awards 2020.

Zenith Bank has been generally adjudged a corporate governance compliant bank by the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) hence its listing on the Premium Board of the Exchange.

The bank continues to sustain this reputation and reappraise its processes to ensure that its business conforms to the highest global standards at all times.

The bank places a premium on its core business strategy anchored on people, technology and service, to create value for its numerous clientele.

“With a team of dedicated professionals, the bank leverages its robust Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure to provide cutting-edge solutions and products through its network of branches and electronic/digital channels,” the statement added.

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Egypt: African Development Bank Approves Loan of €83 Million for Egypt’s Electricity Sector to Spur Economic Recovery from Covid-19

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The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank have approved an €83 million loan to finance the second phase of Egypt’s Electricity and Green Growth Support Program. The funding is part of the Bank’s budget support to the Egyptian government to strengthen its electricity infrastructure, which is expected to bolster the private sector and accelerate recovery from the Covid-19 crisis.

The program seeks to enhance the power sector’s financial sustainability, governance and operations. It will also advance the provision of clean, reliable energy to drive green growth. Egypt’s successful reforms in the sector have led to greater private investment in utility-scale renewable energy projects.

“Egypt’s Vision 2030 instills the sustainability ethos across all sectors. Energy and electricity are amongst the top sectors in Egypt’s International Development Cooperation’s portfolio, pushing towards a green reform,” said Egypt’s Minister of International Cooperation, Rania Al Mashat. “With 2021 being the year of private sector engagement, the Electricity and Green Growth Support Program will contribute towards sustainable growth and job creation and catalyze the development of Egyptian private entities,” she added.

Malinne Blomberg, the Bank’s Deputy Director General for the North Africa Region, said the African Development Bank continues to actively engage with the Egyptian government and private sector companies to support the country’s medium-term development plan and economic reforms, with a particular focus on economic infrastructure such as energy, transport, water and sanitation, as well as industrialization.

In addition to the African Development Bank, Agence Française de Développement and the Japan International Cooperation Agency have also provided financial support to Egypt’s Electricity and Green Growth Support Program.

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Zambia: African Development Bank Approves $1.4 Million Grant to Improve Household Food Security in the Wake of Covid-19

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The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has approved a $1.4 million grant from the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program to reduce malnutrition among the Southern African nation’s most vulnerable households.

The Mitigating Impacts of Covid-19 on Household Food Security Project will create about 150 permanent skilled or semi-skilled positions and 40 part-time unskilled jobs in crop, livestock and fisheries value chains. The project will supply inputs for crops, livestock and aquaculture enterprises to promote good agricultural practices and increase food production. There will also be a capacity building component.

“The agriculture sector is an important source of livelihoods, employment and GDP in Zambia. Increased food supply resulting from additional grant funds will lead to more jobs, improved quality of life, and reduction of malnutrition in many impacted communities,” said Martin Fregene, African Development Bank Director of Agriculture and Agro-industry.

The project provides supplementary funds to the ongoing Agriculture Productivity and Market Enhancement Project, a $32 million grant-funded initiative also from the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program, which has been managed by the Bank in the Sinazongwe, Gwembe, Chongwe, Rufunsa, Serenje and Chitambo districts of Zambia over the past five years.

Global Agriculture and Food Security Program administrators said the six districts were selected based on poverty levels, food insecurity and malnutrition prevalence. However, with this funding and program, these districts have the potential for economic growth, and to promote crop diversification. Some 5,000 people, including 3,750 women and 1,000 youth, will benefit. Some 5,000 people will also benefit indirectly along the commodity value chains.

Since the outbreak of Covid-19, Zambia has implemented bold measures to protect the health and economic well-being of its citizens. These steps included a nationwide program to scale up agricultural diversification. The Bank’s Covid-19 Response Facility launched in 2020 has been a lifeline to member governments by providing resources to tackle the pandemic.

“The facility will consolidate the Bank’s support for Zambia’s economic diversification and impact mitigation against Covid-19,” said Mary Monyau, the Bank’s Country Manager in Zambia.

The Zambian project is in line with the Bank’s High 5 strategic priorities, specifically, Feed Africa, Industrialize Africa, and Improve the quality of life for the people of Africa. Similar Bank projects have been successfully undertaken in Malawi, Niger, Liberia, Senegal and the Gambia.

The Global Agriculture and Food Security Program was established as a response to the 2008/09 world food price crisis, following a commitment by the Group of 8 nations (G8) in September 2009 to mobilize up to $20 billion for agricultural development and food security. The World Bank supervises about half of the project portfolio of the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program. The African Development Bank managed about a quarter in December 2019, and the International Fund for Agricultural Development, 11%.

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