UBA commits to support African businesses

BY: Maclean Kwofi
Oliver Alawuba (3rd right), Group Deputy MD, UBA with Lydia Forson (2nd right) Ghanaian Actress, Steve Ayorinde (right), Culture and Entertainment Commentator, Humphrey Geiseb (3nd left), High Commissioner of Namibia to Nigeria and other panelists after the event.

The Group Deputy Managing Director of United Bank for Africa (UBA), Oliver Alawuba, has expressed the resolve of the bank to continue supporting businesses across Africa to unlock their potential into global giants.

He explained that as Africa’s global bank, UBA remains at the forefront of providing the needed impetus for firms to enhance their operations and create jobs.

UBA Africa Conversations

Mr Alawuba said this at the fourth annual UBA Africa Conversations held at the Tony Elumelu Amphitheater at the UBA House in Lagos on Tuesday, May 24.

The UBA Africa Conversations was established in May 2019 as a hallmark initiative in a series of celebrations for Africa Day.

The conversations provide a platform for African and global audiences to connect with global thought leaders both in the private and public sectors, on their African journey, in a quest to change the narrative on Africa from desolate to success