UBA Plc Launches Yuletide Season with Grand Lighting Ceremony

In a festive kickoff to the yuletide season, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc hosted a spectacular ceremony featuring fireworks and enchanting Christmas carols. The event, attended by staff, customers, and members of the general public, unfolded at the beautifully adorned UBA Foundation Garden in Marina, Lagos.

During the ceremony, UBA’s Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Oliver Alawuba, along with other management staff, officially illuminated the Head Office and the UBA Foundation Garden. Alawuba underscored the significance of the event, stating that it symbolizes the bank’s commitment to bringing light to the lives of people and communities.

He remarked, “We are here to officially light up the season, and as you know, UBA has been the light in the financial sector on the continent and beyond. Going by our performance, we will continue to ensure that we spread light and joy wherever we go. This is very symbolic for us all, and we want to take time to appreciate the staff and customers who have made us achieve great things this year. At UBA, we are all about spreading love and giving hope.”

The Light-Up ceremony featured enchanting Christmas carol renditions by UBA’s Customer Fulfilment Centre Choir, a delightful guided tour around the UBA Foundation Garden, and a festive spread of food and drinks for all attendees.

UBA’s Group Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications highlighted the event’s essence, stating, “UBA is a bank that values its environment, and as an organization that is corporately responsible, we have taken it upon ourselves to beautify our environment and add color, especially as the year comes to an end.”

She added, “We want to let them know that all lives matter. I hope that as always, we will be able to make many smile and give a glimmer of hope during a special season like this.” The ceremony not only marked the joyous beginning of the holiday season but also reflected UBA’s commitment to corporate responsibility and community engagement.

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