UBA Ghana has held its first quarter staff bonding event named ‘Jogging To Bond’ at the Burma Camp Sports Complex.
The event aimed at fostering unity and instilling a healthy lifestyle among staff was themed “The Athletic Adventure’.
The fun-filled event brought together staff from various business offices. The event kicked off with a health walk led by officers of the Ghana Armed Forces, and later staff participated in various exciting games including sack race, lime and spoon, tug of peace, eating competition, musical chairs, 50 meters dash, and many more.
Staff members were grouped into two teams – Titans and Olympians. At the end of the various competitions, there was a 27-score tie between the two teams.
For a winner to emerge, there was a dancing competition held with the trending song ‘Sability’ by Ayra Starr which declared Team Titans as winners of the first quarter ‘Jogging to Bond’.
Commenting on the event, Henry Nii Dottey, Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications at UBA Ghana said, “The quarterly Jogging To Bond is always a great opportunity for everyone to exercise, socialize, and build strong bonds within the team.
“UBA will continue to value the well-being of employees and encourage a healthy work-life balance at all times.”
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