After Zigama CSS general meeting where Col Nkundimana was appointed, he said he has witnessed the growth of the bank from its inception and is committed to contribute to taking the Bank to greater heights.
“We assure our stakeholders that we shall provide more value and exemplary services that will allow them to thrive financially and to contribute to the growth of the Bank as our predecessors have done.”
Zigama Credit and Savings Society combines six security institutions including the Rwandan Defense Force (RDF), Rwanda National Police (RNP), Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB), Rwanda Forensic Laboratory (RFL), National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) and Rwanda Correctional Services (RCS).
Col Nkundimana says that their prime objective is to provide top-notch services to their stakeholders, at a reasonable price and in the shortest time possible.
“Given the fact that our stakeholders tend to have a limited time of their own, we owe them the quickest services and through the continuous advances in technology, we aim at providing services without our stakeholders having to queue at the bank.”
This year, Zigama CSS projects to earn Rwf 10 billion in profit and Rwf 12 billion in 2021, from Rwf 9 billion in 2018.