The IMAX Cinema located in Lekki Lagos, was redesign and beautify with the touch of red color as an official color blend, for one of the most celebrity studded event of the year. The long-awaited movie ‘Black Panther’ premiered, showcase black excellence and diversity. This was done in collaboration with Africa’s Global Bank – UBA.
Among others is the highly celebrated Tv host Ebuka , Omoni Oboli, Arese Ugwu, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Lala Akindoju, Mo Abudu, Noble Igwe and more celebrities all spotted on red carpet dressed up United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc style. This like many others, UBA once again showcase its trails in the world of entertainment as it premiered the most anticipated movie of the year #BlackPanther, A Night in Wakanda.
The movie premiere was proudly ranked by top UBA officials, led by the Chairman UBA Group, Mr Tony Elumelu and his lovely wife and children, the GMD Kennedy Uzoka and his wife Lotanna; the DMD Victor Osadolor and other top executives both in the world of entertainment and finance
Uzoka who arrived early to welcome guests at the premiere said that as Africa’s Global Bank, UBA will continue to support any event that promotes the culture and heritage of the African continent. Mr. Kennedy Uzoka, also said that the launch of Leo is part of initiatives aimed at putting the bank’s customers first with UBA continuously developing strategies aimed at easing transactions for the bank’s numerous users, while ensuring utmost safety of their transactions.
The entire Imax cinemas was acquired for the night by UBA t to allow for the crowd of movie lovers who had thronged the venue to the Black Panther. UBA certainly knows how to put its customers first.
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