OAU Wins First Bank-Sponsored Ethics Challenge

Obafemi Awolowo (OAU), Ile-Ife, has won the national finals of the 2018 Ethics Challenge of the CFA Society Nigeria supported by First Bank of Nigeria Plc.OAU developed champ in front of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) and University of Nigeria (UNN), which came next and third separately.

OAU Wins First Bank-Sponsored Ethics Challenge

OAU Wins First Bank-Sponsored Ethics Challenge

OAU Wins First Bank-Sponsored Ethics Challenge

Talking at the Gala Night and 2018 Charter Award Dinner of the CFA Society Nigeria where the victor of the opposition that included 15 colleges was declared, the Society’s leader, Banji Fehintola, lauded First Bank Plc for supporting the challenge. Fehintola, while additionally expressing gratitude toward the bank for its enduring promise to guaranteeing entrenchment of morals in the fund and speculation areas, said “morals are essential. They’re the foundation of our industry and we needed to pass this message on so three years back, we began running the morals challenge for college understudies. We began with two; had seven a year ago and 15 colleges this year. The opposition kept running in Lagos and Abuja and all the credit goes to First Bank Plc, our patrons for expanding the extent of the challenge to advance morals among Nigerians”. Gathering Executive, Treasury and Financial Institutions, First Bank Nigeria Plc, Ini Ebong, guaranteed the CFA Society Nigeria of the bank’s help in its mission to advance ethics.”First Bank is the most seasoned money related foundation in this nation. We will praise our 125th commemoration one year from now and we wouldn’t have endure this long without making morals and corporate administration essential parts of our activities. We are glad to be related with the CFA Ethics Challenge, since we are energetic about morals as a mindful corporate association,” he expressed.


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