UBA groupchairman visits Tanzania,meets President Samia at State House

24Nov 2021
By Guardian Reporter
Dar es Salaam
The Guardian
UBA groupchairman visits Tanzania,meets President Samia at State House

UNITED Bank for Africa (UBA) group chairman Dr Tony Elumelu visited Tanzania last week where he met President Samia Suluhu Hassan at the State House in Dar es Salaam, promising the bank will continue with its support to revitalise the country’s economy.

UNITED Bank for Africa (UBA) group chairman Dr Tony Elumelu.

Upon arrival, Elumelu was received by UBA Tanzania board chairman Amb Tuvako Manongi and proceeded to dinner with the Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, Liberata Mulamula.

He also met UBA Tanzania customers during a breakfast meeting which was championed by the local EXco members.

While at the State House, the chairman congratulated President Samia for her great leadership and promised that the bank will continue to support the government’s efforts in ensuring economic growth.

He later visited the Bank of Tanzania (BOT) where he was received by Deputy Governor and directors. He took time to give commendation and thanked the central bank for providing a great support to the bank and emphasized on keeping up a good relationship with the regulators at all times.

Before he left the country, Elumelu had a brief press conference with members of the media with which he explained the purpose of his visit and thanked the media industry for their continuous support in making UBA brand visible and popular across the country.

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