Banking has evolved interestingly since the days bank patrons had to pick a place number when they visit banking halls because of human traffic. They would spend hours waiting their turn to meet the teller or whoever would attend the affair that brought them into the banking hall in the first place.

Human traffic began to ebb inside banking halls with the introduction of automatic teller machines (ATM) and introduction of mobile banking applications that allow Bank patrons run basic transactions without seeing the brick and mortar have only sent this back-snapping and sweat-pooling time further down our banking history.

Nigerian commercial banks have seen the good in this and are catching on. Here is a list of 19 that have mobile banking apps out of the 21 commercial banks in Nigeria.

Access Bank

Access Bank

Diamond Bank



Ecobank Nigeria


Enterprise Bank


First City Monument Bank


Fidelity Bank Plc


First Bank of Nigeria

First Bank

Guaranty Trust Bank


Heritage Bank


Keystone Bank


Mainstreet Bank


Skye Bank Plc

Skye Bank

Stanbic IBTC


Sterling Bank

Sterling bank




Union Bank

Union Bank

Unity Bank Plc

Unity Bank



Zenith Bank


CitiBank Nigeria and Standard Chartered Bank do not have mobile banking apps as at the time of writing this article.

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