1611 Adeola Hopewell Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Our COVID-19 Strategy


The spread of the novel coronavirus and its resulting conditions has caught much of the world off-guard. It is a crisis that requires utmost preparedness, cooperation, mutual support, and a spirit of sharing and openness to mitigate its spread.

As an organization, we are aware of the impact of the pandemic and have put measures in place to ensure awareness both internally and externally about the virus in addition to providing support to the Lagos State Government in the fight against the pandemic.

In line with our Health and Safety values, we have laid out measures that would ensure that all our facilities maintain the strictest precautionary standards post-COVID. We are committed to providing a safe environment for our employees and the communities we serve including our customers, partners, vendors, prospects etc.

COVID-19 Communiqué II
In view of the relaxation of the lockdown by the Federal Government, Inlaks Limited is pleased to announce that all our facilities are now partially re-opened with the resumption of designated critical employees.
To play our part in flattening the curve, we have put in place new workplace policies in line with social distancing and best practice measures to prevent the spread of the virus. We remain deeply committed to safeguarding the lives of our staff and customers in these times.
Thank you to all our stakeholders for your understanding and co-operation.
CBN, NIRSAL COVID-19 Funds Disbursed

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)  is disbursing the N50bn COVID-19 Targeted Credit Facility to support Households and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) affected by the pandemic through the Integrated National Association of Microfinance Banks Unified IT Platform (NAMBUIT) deployed by Inlaks for NIRSAL Microfinance Bank.

CSR Project Combating COVID-19

As an organization sensitive to the occurrences in our immediate environment of operation, we championed a CSR project to support the Nigerian Government in combating the COVID-19 pandemic. Inlaks donated power and information technological equipment valued at N12 million  to support  the battle against coronavirus in Nigeria.

COVID-19 Communiqué

In view of the Federal Government’s directive to extend the lockdown, please be advised that all our regional offices will remain closed. However, critical functions in our Service Delivery and Operations Units will continue to operate even as we remain committed to providing utmost service in this critical time and play our part to flatten the curve and stop the spread of the virus in our community.


Let’s work Together- Apart

Our Commitment to Our Staff, Customers and Partners

In line with our Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS), Inlaks is activating a work from home policy until further notice for all employees except critical functions in our Service Delivery and Operations Units. The health and safety of our employees and the larger community remain top priority even as we do our part to help fight this pandemic. We remain committed to providing utmost service in this critical time.