20 February 2013

Nigeria: UBA Foundation Donates Security Vehicles to Ebonyi

Lagos — UBA Foundation, the corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm of United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc has donated five security vehicles to the Ebonyi State government.

The vehicles include four Toyota Hilux jeeps and a van.

The bank's Executive Director East and Abuja, Mr. Dan Okeke said the donation is the bank's contribution towards improving the security situation in Ebonyi state.

A statement from UBA said: "We at UBA have appraised the security situation in Ebonyi state and decided to make a commitment of support by donating these security vehicles to boost government's effort at creating a safe and secure environment for residents and businesses in the state. This is also in appreciation of the partnership that exists between UBA and Ebonyi state government."

The state governor Martin Elechi thanked UBA for the donation, adding that the bank has been a reliable partner in developing the state.

Elechi was represented by his deputy, Engineer Dave Umahi.

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