GMD, Wizkid Give Back to Thousands in UBA Foundation Food Bank
UBA Foundation launched the first edition of the annual Food Bank on December 20th, 2019, where thousands of members from our host communities were offered meals, and other essentials of living.
The UBA Foundation food bank was held at the UBA Foundation Garden and Roundabout in Marina, Lagos, and is a gesture by the foundation to give back to the communities where we conduct businesses.Figure 1: People in our host community came out in numbers
Figure 2: Ayodeji ‘WIZKID’ Balogun at the UBA Foundation Food Bank
The highlight of the event was when Starboy, Wizkid, came around to personally serve the people of the society who were all smiles as they appreciated the gesture by the Foundation.Figure 3: Ayodeji ‘WIZKID’ Balogun at the UBA Foundation Food Bank
Our GMD and Chairman of the UBA Foundation, Kennedy Uzoka, was also on ground to celebrate with members of the society who came in their large numbers and were amazed at the gesture from UBA. “We are happy with what UBA Foundation has done, this was very unexpected, and we are very happy,” said some of the recipients who were mostly underprivileged and those in need.
Figure 4: GMD; Kennedy Uzoka, with UBA Foundation CEO; Bola Atta and the CSO
Staff members were on ground to volunteer their time and services, while a few donated food items to give back to the society in the spirit of the yuletide season.
Figure 5: Some staff members on ground to volunteer
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