UBA Reiterates Support For Creative Industry
The Executive Producer of the United Bank for Africa’s (UBA) Lifestyle and Entertainment channel, REDTV, Bola Atta, has said that the lender will continue to support the creative industry to ensure that more youth are gainfully employed and presented with opportunities that showcase their talent, thereby boosting economies across the continent.
She stated this at the premiere of the third season of the online series, “The Men’s Club (TMC),” on REDTV’s Youtube channel last Wednesday. The 13-episode smash series is powered by REDTV, producers of hit shows such as Our Best Friend’s Wedding, Inspector K, Assistant Madams, Red Hot Topics, Hotel Boutique and many more. Speaking shortly before TMC3 came on screen, Atta noted that although there had been a slight delay in production of the hit series thirds season due to the lockdown occasioned by the Covid-19 Pandemic, there were efforts taken to ensure that the delay was not prolonged.
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