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UBA, REDTV Mark Second Anniversary

December 18, 2017 

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L-R: Davido, Tony Elumelu & Kennedy Uzoka at the ceremony

RedTv, a dynamic online lifestyle channel, supported by United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, has marked their second year with the REDTV Rave, a fun filled outdoor event to celebrate its growing fan-base.

 The second edition of the annual rave, which was held over the weekend, was well-attended. Present at the talk-of-the-town show was chairman of UBA Plc, Tony Elumelu and Group Managing Director Kennedy Uzoka, as well as top celebrities and key players in the entertainment industry.

 Afrobeat sensational artiste Mayorkun and the award-winning Nigerian-act, Davido, were on ground to thrill the audience with scintillating musical performances.

REDTV is a digital online television network that features the very best in entertainment, news, design, travel, fashion, music, sports, comedy and much more.

In two years of its operations, the online channel has gained massive acceptance amidst growing acclaim, winning an impressive number of awards for its content.

Creative Director of REDTV, Obinna Okerekeocha, who commended supporters and subscribers of the channel over the years, said the brand which has gained wide acceptance, was coming up with more content to keep viewers and subscribers spell-bound and well-entertained.

 He said REDTV is already winning coveted awards, having received top two awards at the recently held Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA) in New York City.

“We are doing well and we wanted to celebrate with our followers to say thank you. REDTV is a brand dedicated to creating and producing high quality lifestyle and entertainment content that showcases the best of the African continent,” he said.

UBA, with its vast network and capabilities, continues to serve customers bearing in mind their importance and exceeding their expectations. As Africa’s Global Bank, UBA will continue not only to serve them, but also to partner with them in order to provide excellent financial services to them, says the bank’s management.