Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) customers will on Friday and Sunday not have access to some of the services as the bank makes systems upgrade.

The lender will be moving its systems infrastructure to a ‘state-of-the-art’ data centre over the weekend.

The move will ensure resilience on all their platforms and boost data recovery capabilities.

Some of the services that will be inaccessible include: ATM, M-Pesa, and card transactions.

The services will be interrupted on Friday and Sunday from 1am until 5am.

“We regret the inconvenience, as we endeavor to improve our banking services and give you time for more,” CEO Jeremy Ngunze said in a statement.

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