Four commercial banks donated a total of N980 million to the Nigerian Police Force in 2017 to support its activities, with the banks incurring the wrath of their shareholders.
Checks by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) indicated that the banks were United Bank of Africa (UBA), Guaranty Trust Bank, FCMB Group and Fidelity Bank.
A breakdown of the figures contained in the commercial banks’ 2017 annual reports obtained by NAN showed that UBA gave the sum of N300 million during the review period.
Guaranty Trust Bank also donated N300 million, FCMB and Fidelity Bank contributed N180 million each.
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