1. Video: Bode George's Attack On Corruption by Banking Elites Applauded by Nigerians On Social Media

    Nigeria Video: Bode George's Attack On Corruption by Banking Elites Applauded by Nigerians On Social Media

    A viral video features Bode George exposing corruption in the Nigerian banking system, targeting figures such as Emefiele, Tony Elumelu, and Herbert Wigwe. George alleges they profited from the system's corruption. The video has garnered widespread social media applause for shedding light on...
  2. Horrific Bank Robbery in Benue State Leaves Eight Dead

    Nigeria Horrific Bank Robbery in Benue State Leaves Eight Dead

    In a horrifying incident, armed robbers attacked four banks in Otukpo town, Benue State, leading to the tragic deaths of at least eight people. Among the victims were three police officers, a vigilante member, and a councilor from Otukpo Ward 2 who was conducting business in one of the affected...
  3. Nigeria's N4.2 Trillion H1 Banking Earnings Mask National Struggle

    Nigeria Nigeria's N4.2 Trillion H1 Banking Earnings Mask National Struggle

    The financial landscape of Nigeria presents a tale of contrasts. Recent reports highlight the top tier-one banks in Nigeria amassing a combined gross earning of N4.2 trillion in the first half of 2023. These figures, as reported by The Guardian Nigeria, are undeniably impressive, showcasing the...
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    Business Elumelu Engages with Tinubu, Highlights Positive Impact of President's Policies on Private Sector

    Tony Elumelu, Chairman of Heir Holdings, paid a visit to President Bola Tinubu at Aso Villa, Abuja, marking his first visit since the President's inauguration in May. Elumelu's discussion with Tinubu remained private in nature. However, he expressed his confidence in the government's policies as...
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    Business Full Excerpt: Femi Otedola’s statement on Transcorp deal and why he sold - Nairametrics

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    Metro UBA clinches ‘African Bank of the Year’ award - The Cable

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    Politics Soludo, Uba, Ozigbo Hug One Another At Anambra Governorship Debate - Nairaland

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    Business UBA’s LEO Continues to Evolve, Remains Smartest Banking Chatbot…Hits 3 million user mark

    Pan African financial institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, has in the last three years won the hearts of its customers with its artificial intelligence chat bot, LEO, which has proven to be the most formidable artificial intelligence chat bot till date; serving an ever-increasing...
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    Business UBA Denies N41bn Fraud Allegation - Thisday News

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    Business UBA gets new Deputy Managing Directors - Premium Times News

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    UBA holds CEO awards, rewards outstanding staff – The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper – Nigeria...

    The pan African financial institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc on Saturday, held the 2018 edition of its Annual CEO awards, honouring staff who performed exceptionally in the past year, at a night of glitz and glamour and away from the usual hustle and bustle, mostly associated with...
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    Metro Man collapses, dies after withdrawing N100,200 from bank - Punch Ng

    There was confusion in the Ojota area of Lagos State after a middle-aged man, identified only as Muyibi, collapsed and died in a commercial cab. It was learnt that the victim boarded the cab after withdrawing money from a United Bank for Africa branch in the Ogudu area. Click here to read more
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    Business UBA Wins Accolades at Finacle Client Innovation Awards in India

    United Bank for Africa has emerged big winners at the recently Finacle Client Innovation Awards 2016, organised in India by Infosys Limited. The pan African banking group won the ‘Award for Process Innovation’ on account of its innovative approach to transaction authentication and...
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    Metro EFCC Arrests Military Officers For Diverting N339m Death Benefits of Soldiers Killed By Boko Haram

    Two military officers and four others have been arrested by EFCC operatives for allegedly opening fake accounts to divert N339million benefits of next-of-kin of deceased military officers and men within two months. Two other suspects involved in the crime are currently at large, The Nation...
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    Business Full List of Winners at The 2016 Businessday Banking Awards

    Access Bank and Herbert Wigwe, its chief executive officer (CEO); United Bank for Africa (UBA); First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) and Zenith Bank came out tops at the BusinessDay Banking Awards 2016. The award, which was held at Eko Hotels on Friday night had in attendance dignitaries in the...
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    Business CBN Unbars UBA From Forex Market Transactions

    The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has lifted the ban on the United Bank for Africa, UBA, from forex market transactions. Mrs. Tokunbo Martins, the Director of Banking Supervision, said the move followed the remittance of all the outstanding NNPC/NLNG deposits in its possession to NNPC’s TSA...
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    Business UBA Denies Being Barred From Forex Transactions by CBN

    The United Bank of Africa, UBA, has denied media reports that it has been barred from all forex transactions by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN. The Head of Corporate Communications at UBA, Mr. Charles Aigbe, said the bank was not among the banks sanctioned by the CBN. “Our attention has...
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    Business UBA Releases Statement Over Alleged Involvement In Turkey Coup

    United Bank of Africa, UBA, has reacted to report of their involvement in the funding of the failed coup plot in Turkey. A Turkey-based newspaper, Yenisafak, had reported that some of those arrested in connection with the July 15, 2016 failed coup plot had told their interrogators that UBA Plc...
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    Politics Turkey Coup: How $2bn Was Sent From Nigeria's UBA To Coup Plotters

    A former U.S. commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), a NATO-led security mission in Afghanistan, was the organizer of the July 15 military coup attempt in Turkey, sources said. According to yenisafak, General John F. Campbell managed more than $2 billion money...