UBA wins award as largest lender to agriculture

Tokurah Majid Jeremiah

Thidawan's brother and Jaras Chaimueangchuen working on rice farm. Photo by Kevin Borland. Thidawan’s brother and Jaras Chaimueangchuen working on rice farm. Photo by Kevin Borland.

Pan-African Financial Services group, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc was on Saturday, August 8, 2015 honoured with an award as Nigeria’s biggest lender to agriculture. The award was conferred on the bank by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) at the chamber’s annual commerce and industry awards night.
The LCCI awards night recognises, promote and celebrate private and public sector institutions operating in Nigeria for best business practices, growth through innovations, business sustainability and positive impact on people and the society.
UBA was honoured on the night for consistently supporting the growth of agriculture in Nigeria. UBA, as far back as 2009, floated the largest private sector funding scheme of N50 billion to support agriculture and agro-processing industries in Nigeria. Since then, UBA have sustained its commitment to the agricultural sector by committing…

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