TheNigerianVoice Online Radio Center

Unity Bank emerges overall winner at Kaduna Trade Fair

By The Citizen
Listen to article

Unity Bank Plc has emerged the overall winner among dozens of exhibitors that participated in the just concluded 34th Kaduna International Trade Fair. The Bank was also adjudged the most functional among the Banks that participated in the 10-day International Trade Fair and was also voted as the second most courteous Bank.

The President, Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (KADCCIMA), Abdul-Alimi Bello disclosed before the award presentation that Unity Bank was voted overall winner because of product quality, creativity, innovation, crowd pulling, consistency, reception, planning and promotion.

Alimi said the bank provided excellent services to participants during the Fair especially in account opening and cash withdrawals. 'We at the Chamber urge the Bank to sustain the momentum at all times', Alimi added

Earlier at the Bank's Special Day which preceded the closing ceremony, the Managing Director, Ado Y. Wanka told participants that the Bank is rolling out e- products that are designed specially to make banking transaction safer, easier and accessible from the comfort of customers' home and offices.

Wanka who was represented by the Executive Director, North West, Isma'il Abdullahi Galadanchi explained that with the world going cashless, the Bank shall continue to leverage on the latest technology to roll out products suited for the customers 'needs.

He further explained that the products, such as Unity Mobile and Unity Pocketmoni, will allow customers to complete their banking transactions on their mobile devices using any of the major telecoms networks (MTN, Glo, Etisalat and Airtel). According to him, the Unity Pocketmoni has the unique feature that allows individuals to perform transactions without a Bank account.

In addition to the above mentioned products, the Managing Director reaffirmed that the Bank's MasterCards have been made easier for customers to make payments on purchases in and outside the country, with or without a bank account.