UPMFB Rewards Staff

UPMFB Rewards Staff

In keeping with its tradition of acknowledging good work and following it up with reward as encouragement tonic for more hard work and grounds breaking, Umuchinemere Pro-credit Micro Finance Bank Nigeria Limited has rewarded 15 of its members of staff.

The Staff Award was part of the bank's end-of-year activity, which was announced at its end-of-year party, Wednesday, December 30, 2009 at its conference hall. The 15 Award recipients were drawn from the credit and operations units respectively, among them four males.

The credit department, headed by Mr. Ikechukwu Ngene (a chartered accountant), produced 10 of the Award recipients, while the operations department, headed by a one time lecturer and of the old African Continental Bank (ACB) stock, Mr. Charles Iheanacho, produced the remaining five.

The 2009 Award beneficiaries were: Juliana Onunkwo, Rosemary Oranu, Ngozi Asoquo, Obiageli Nnam, Chika Nwobodo, Ernest Igweonyia, Jideobu Onuoma, Rita Ugwu, Chigozie Ogbu, Ann Ofodile, Uju Ifekudu, Pauline Ike, Ijeoma Ani, Ikenna Chioke and Hilary Eze.

Speaking on the occasion of the Award ceremony a Director of the bank, Dame Dr. Ngozi Agu, commended the entire work force of the bank for their diligence in service.

She enjoined them to keep to hard work and good behaviour, assuring them that the bank always recognize good work. Managing director of the bank, Mrs. Nnenna Ekete, who on arrival from a one-month training at Pax Bank Germany walked straight to the party, expressed happiness with the bank's workers, for the good work the Lord was using them to do for mankind in their service.

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