Yuletide: ATMs Frustrate Customers In Jos, Fail To Dispense Cash


Inhabitants of Jos on Saturday criticized the poor administrations by banks the same number of computerized teller machines (ATM) in the city neglected to administer money to baffled clients on long lines. 

A portion of the stranded clients, who talked with the News Office of Nigeria (NAN) in Jos, communicated frustration at the disappointment of many bank ATMs to administer money. 


NAN watched that no less than 20 clients were seen bunching round different ATM guides holding up toward pull back cash. 

The bank clients credited the failure of a considerable lot of the ATMs machines to apportion money to organize issue and blamed bank administrations for lacking game plans to turn away the circumstance. 

Mr Alfred Ibrahim, an agent, said he was on the ATM line at Shoreline street in Jos North for over four hours, bemoaning that the majority of the ATMs were not working. 

He said that bank administrations knew about the standard bottlenecks at the ATM focuses amid happy periods and should have made great arrangement for simple access to withdrawals. 

"I was anticipating that the banks should make sufficient arrangements for this season yet out of five machines in a bank, none is notwithstanding administering money; that is the reason there are longer lines where they are operational," he clarified. 

Mr Chijioke Okpara, a government employee, said he went to the ATM at Stefans Rayfield at around 5 a.m. furthermore, still met bdozens of individuals on the line. 

"I went to the ATM around 5 a.m. what's more, left around 8.45 a.m. I simply ask why banks would not guarantee every one of their machines are working and have enough money, "he said. 

Mrs Josephine Dawak, a government employee, told NAN at an ATM at Secretariat Intersection in Jos South that the banks were trying purposeful endeavors to lessen spending amid the Yuletide season. 

"They let us know whether you are not pulling back above N100,000, don't go to the keeping money corridor, yet they are accumulating cash for the machines when they should all be operational, " she said. 

Mr Ibrahim Isa, who was on travel to another nearby government, said he had gone by a few ATMs and was not able pull back cash because of the long lines. 

""I am stranded now for absence of assets to proceed with my trip, I am originating from Abuja going to Mangu Nearby Government Territory, I have been on my feet without nourishment for over four hours. 

"I came to End, supposing it would be simpler yet sadly, the group here is scaring, you can't be permitted to pull back for crisis reasons in light of the fact that everybody is sick of standing, "he said. 

NAN reports that numerous clients rebuked bank administrations for not satisfactorily stuffing their ATMs with enough money amid the merry period. 

"Bank authorities knew well that trade is constantly out appeal amid this time and all the more so pay rates have quite recently been paid, so they ought to have sufficiently made money accessible at ATMs," said a bank client. 

All endeavors by NAN to talk with authorities of the different banks demonstrated fruitless as they all declined to remark.

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