Ghana’s Creative Industry Wears A Big Smile

Deputy minister of tourism, arts and culture- Mark Okraku Mantey addressing guests at the event

As a feature of their corporate social responsibility, United Bank For Africa (UBA) Ghana Ltd. has fulfilled everyone of their commitments for the social orders in which they work.

The bank has supported society in diverse ways, and won’t stop any time soon. They have recently invested into the Ghanaian creative industry with an amount of $100,000 through public figure series. The investment is to help tackle some challenges the industry has been facing for some years now.


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Tending to the guests at the meeting on behalf of the ministry of Tourism, art and culture, the incoming deputy minister of the sector, Mr Mark Okraku Mantey thanked the UBA Ghana Ltd., and appreciated what the bank has done.

There were several guests at the function including Nigeria’s Wizkid, one of Africa’s biggest acts.

UBA Ghana has 15 years of providing uninterrupted banking operations, and has served Africa industriously.

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