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The United Bank for Africa (UBA) is set to celebrate African Union Day with a virtual dialogue on the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
UBA Group worldwide has owned the AU Day celebration for the past few years with a vibrant and colourful presentation of the African culture.
As part of the celebration, UBA organizes thought leadership sessions to deliberate on important topics that affect the continent.
The topic for this years’ discussion is: ‘Domestic Policies, Regional Growth Plans, and A Global Agenda: SDGs & African Development at Crossroads’.
This year’s session will be panelled by Regional CEO, UBA West Africa, Abiola Bawuah (Ghana), Leadership Coach and Chairman of Go Ahead Africa Ltd Roland Kwemain (Cameroon), Founder and Executive Director of Social Change Factory Sobel Aziz Ngom (Senegal), and Senior Program Coordinator for Regional Network of Agricultural Policy Research Institutes (ReNAPRI) Dr Nalishebo Meebelo (Zambia).
Veteran Nigerian Journalist and Media Consultant Eugenia Abu will moderate the event which will be hosted via Zoom and broadcast live on UBA’s YouTube and Facebook feeds due to the current global constraints and the need to keep a social distance.
All interested participants and media houses are to register via https://www.ubagroup.com/africaday2020.
Since inception in 2005, UBA Ghana has established its presence in Ghana as a full financial service institution providing retail, corporate and investment banking services.
The bank offers a wide range of unique banking solutions and products to its customers.
The Bank pioneered the entry of a new generation of foreign banks into Ghana in January 2005.
UBA Ghana’s presence in the banking industry in Ghana over the last decade has revolutionized banking in the industry, where competitive innovation in responding to the needs of the customers has become the driving force of the industry.
UBA’s world class customer driven innovations have earned it the confidence of the Ghanaian public; as it continues to provide banking services to a wide variety of customers.