Saturday , 28 January 2023

Photos: UBA Ghana holds Thanksgiving Service

The management and Staff of UBA Ghana on Sunday held a Thanksgiving Service to offer praise and appreciation to God for His goodness and protection throughout 2022 and for 2023 ahead.

The event was held at the ICGC, Zoe Temple in Tema Community 5.

Photos: UBA Ghana holds Thanksgiving Service

Staff participated in their numbers and shared fellowship together.

Staff from different offices were excited to meet each other as they joined the ICGC to worship.

Photos: UBA Ghana holds Thanksgiving Service

The church service featured divine praises and worship and the ministration of the Word of God on the message ‘Altitudes to cultivate whiles picking up fragments’.

In a message, Chris Ofikulu, Managing Director of UBA Ghana encouraged staff to always be grateful to God in all situations, saying “God has really been good to UBA Ghana, despite the turmoil, the bank remains profitable. “ 

Photos: UBA Ghana holds Thanksgiving Service

He remarked, “I sincerely thank you all for the attendance and participation, diligence self-motivation, without which it would not have been possible. 

“The success of the thanksgiving service has set us on the path of greater growth this year and we can achieve a whole lot more with the help of God.”

Reverend Kojo Amo-Asare, head pastor at the Zoe Temple took the opportunity to pray for the staff of UBA Ghana.

Photos: UBA Ghana holds Thanksgiving Service

There was also a song ministration by Florence Asamoah, Head of Corporate Collection.

In attendance was the Regional CEO for West Africa, Abiola Bawuah and her husband as well as staff from the Accra Tema area.

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