Citibank Nigeria: USSD Codes, mobile banking, contacts & more

Citibank is one of the largest financial service providers in the world, having been in existence since 1812. Citibank spread to Nigeria in 1984, making it the oldest existing international bank in the country. In this article, we’ve outlined everything you need to know about Citibank Nigeria.

This includes Citibank Nigeria USSD code, history of Citibank, Citibank internet banking, Citibank mobile app download, Citibank Nigeria customer care, Citibank Nigeria head office, Citibank loans and many more.

An overview of Citibank Nigeria

Citibank was founded in June 1812 as the City Bank of New York. From there, it expanded to various corners of the world and today, Citibank has around 200 million users in over 160 countries.

Citibank Nigeria Limited is a subsidiary of Citigroup Inc. It is also the oldest existing international bank in the country. As of the moment of writing this article, Citibank Nigeria has about 10 branch locations in the country.

Citibank Nigeria internet banking

Internet Banking allows users to access their bank accounts and perform all banking operations online, at their own convenience, from anywhere.

All you need for this is an Internet Banking User ID and Password (IPIN) from Citibank.

Registration for Citibank internet banking

To access Citibank internet banking, you need to sign up. Alternatively, you can visit any Citibank Nigeria branch office, locate the customer service desk and tell them you want to be profiled for internet banking.

Login to Citibank internet banking

To log in to internet banking, simply go to the internet banking website or follow the instructions given to you by Citibank Nigeria customer care.

Citibank Nigeria mobile banking

Citibank has an effective mobile banking solution for all users. With the mobile applications, users can view statements, check balances, transfer funds between linked accounts, send or receive money through Wire Transfers, Citibank Global Transfers, Inter Institution Transfers Zelle, etc.

Key features of Citibank mobile banking

1. Open a checking or savings account right from the app without setting foot in a bank branch.

2. Quickly and easily deposit checks from anywhere.

3. Request a new card if your original is lost, stolen or damaged.

4. Quickly review your account info (like account balance, etc) without having to sign in every time.

5. Link virtually all your bank accounts, credit cards and investment accounts for a more holistic financial view to managing your finances.

6. Make payments, including automatic payments, and transfers. Dispute credit card transactions if ever needed and track the status.

7. Lock or unlock your lost or misplaced card. Reset your debit card PIN from your mobile device.

8. Track your spending habits and trends across your accounts. You can also view and manage your utility bills and recurring payments in one place.

Registration for Citibank mobile banking

It’s very easy to sign up for Citibank mobile banking. All you need to do is download and install the Citibank mobile app from the Google Play or Apple App Store, depending on the type of device you’re using.

Note that you don’t need to be an existing customer of Citibank before you can sign up for their mobile banking services. After downloading, you can open a checking or savings account right from the app without visiting a branch office.

Citibank Nigeria USSD Transfer Code

Citibank is not widely known in Nigeria. As of the moment of writing this article, Citibank Nigeria is yet to have an official USSD code for their banking services.

Citibank Nigeria Mobile app


You can download and install Citibank Mobile App from the Google Play Store. It currently has over 10 million downloads and a review rating of 4.7 from over 890,000 users.


If you’re using an iOS device, you can download and install the Citibank Mobile app from the Apple App Store.

Citibank Nigeria customer care

For questions and complaints, you can always contact Citibank Nigeria. They have customer support staff that will attend to you.

Citibank Nigeria customer care numbers

  • +234 1 279 8400
  • +234 1 463 8400
  • +234 1 270 7828-31
  • +234 1 460 0472-74
  • +234 1 270 7031
  • +234 1 774 0125
  • +234 6 463 1884



Citibank Nigeria head office address

Citibank Nigeria has a head office where they manage the banking services they offer. You can also visit the office if you have any complaints. It is located at Charles S. Sankey House, 27 Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Citibank Nigeria website

The Citibank website is

Citibank Nigeria Swift Code information

Swift codes are a set of 8 or 11-digit numbers that represent a bank and a particular branch. If you want to send or receive money internationally, you must know the swift code of your bank.

Swift codeCITINGLA
Bank nameCitibank Nigeria
AddressCharles S. Sankey House, 27 Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

Citibank Nigeria branch locations

Head Office

Charles S. Sankey House, 27 Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Telephone: +234 1 279 8400 or +234 1 463 8400

Facsimile: +234 1 270 1191

Lagos branch locations


32 Warehouse Road, Apapa, Lagos.

Telephone: +234 1 270 7828-31 or +234 1 460 0472-74

Facsimile: +234 1 270 7828


34 Oba Akran Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos.

Telephone: +234 1 270 7031 or +234 1 774 0125 / Facsimile: +234 1 270 7050

Abia branch location

1/2 Factory Road, Aba, Abia.

Telephone: +234 8 244 1650 or +234 8 222 1488

Delta branch location

64 Effurun/Sapele Road, Warri, Delta.

Telephone: +234 9 782 1995 – 6 or +234 5 325 1745

Abuja branch location

4 Yola Street, Area 7, Garki, Abuja, F.C.T.

Telephone: +234 9 461 0200 – 30

Kano branch location

F1 Airport Road, Kano

Telephone: +234 6 498 0931 or +234 6 463 1884

Port Harcourt branch location

1 Trans-Amadi Road by Garrison Junction, Port – Harcourt, Rivers.

Telephone: +234 8 446 1387 – 88 or +234 8 446 1390 – 91

Facsimile: +234 8 446 1389

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