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UBA targets youths, introduces Naija Green Card
L:R: Brand Manager, Naija Green Card, Rufus Ohiowere; Head Digital & Consumer Banking, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Group, Mr. Yinka Adedeji; Founder, Naija Green Card, Mr. Abimbola Daramola; and Abimbola Oloyede, UBA Group, during the official launch of the Naija Green Card Prepaid Card at the UBA house, Lagos,

UBA targets youths, introduces Naija Green Card

In line with its business objective of enabling young Nigerians and students to derive maximum benefits from their limited finances, Bridge Concepts Limited has announced a partnership with the pan African Financial institution, United Bank for Africa (Plc) with the introduction of co-branded discount cards known as the Naija Green Card, the first of its kind discount payment solution.

The Naija Green Card powered by UBA, is a chip and pin prepaid card to be used at Point of Sales (POS), online stores and merchant locations within and outside Nigeria. It would enable young Nigerians including students to enjoy exclusive discounts on products and services with over 10,000 merchants’ across the country.

The Naija Green Card designed as a social safety instrument for young Nigerians, students and youth corp members on national assignments, will enable access to substantial discounts on products and services, ranging from electronics, restaurants, transportation, medical needs, insurance, entertainment to fashion, education, etc.

Speaking on the innovative partnership, the Founder/ Initiator, Naija Green Card, Mr. Bimbola Daramola said his company is delighted to partner with UBA Group on the initiative because of the bank’s presence in multiple geographies on the African continent and also its pedigree as the most innovative bank in the digital banking space in Africa. “UBA remains the most thriving institution capable of advancing our course in ensuring the discount culture takes root on the continent, especially as Bridge Concepts Limited plans to extend its business around the world,” Daramola said.

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