United Bank for Africa (Ghana) on February 14, 2020, shared chocolates across business offices to delight customers as part of the Valentine’s Day celebration and to commemorate National Chocolate Day.

The theme for this year’s celebration was “Love like UBA” aimed at demonstrating love and appreciation for loyalty to UBA Ghana.

The Government in 2005 declared February 14 each year should be observed as Chocolate Day, to promote the consumption of locally manufactured chocolate and improve the economy.

As part of this year’s Valentine’s Day celebration, UBA Ghana engaged customers on the ‘7days of love’ challenge. The Challenge done on social media with each day expressing different meaning of love engaged customers in anticipation for Valentine’s Day.

Customers were rewarded with airtime vouchers and loaded UBA prepaid cards through the ‘selfie challenge’. Staff were not left out as they received dinner for two at the prestigious Movenpick Ambassador Hotel.

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Senior management could not stay out of the excitement and euphoria around the bank as they joined in the event to put smiles on the faces of customers they interacted with.

Customers expressed joy and gratitude upon receiving their chocolates. The day ended with delighted customers and praise for the initiative.

Managing Director of UBA Ghana, Isong Udom noted “on a special day like this, we want to share our love with our valued customers who make us who we are.” He added UBA will continue to deliver superior banking service and at the same time offer rewards to customers.

Isong Udom - UBA CEO

Isong Udom

Since inception in 2005, UBA has established its presence in Ghana as a full financial service institution providing retail, corporate and investment banking services.

The bank offers a wide range of unique banking solutions and products to its customers. It pioneered the entry of a new generation of foreign banks into Ghana in January 2005.

UBA’s world-class customer-driven innovations have earned it the confidence of the Ghanaian public; as it continues to provide banking services to a wide variety of customers.