Unity Bank Marks Global Money Week, Engages Students on Financial Literacy

Unity Bank Marks Global Money Week, Engages Students on Financial Literacy

by Ololade Adebeshin
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Unity Bank Marks Global Money Week, Engages Students on Financial Literacy 


By People’s Voice Nigeria | News


Unity Bank Plc has engaged students from all the geopolitical zones of the federation as it facilitated financial literacy training in 15 schools as part of activities to mark the 2024 Global Money Week.


Some members of Unity Bank staff pose for a shot with some of the students and staff of NYSC Demonstration Secondary School, Calabar after the financial literary day training.


The Financial Literacy Training was held as a strategy for driving financial inclusion of the Central Bank of Nigeria and Bankers Committee. Unity Bank’s Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Tomi Somefun participated in the programme by facilitating training on financial literacy at NYSC Demonstration Secondary School, Calabar, Cross River State recently. 


Unity Bank’s Chief Compliance Officer, Mrs. Patricia Ahunanya who represented the MD/CEO of Unity Bank, Mrs. Tomi Somefun facilitating the financial literacy training for the students of NYSC Demostration Secondary School, Calabar.


Mrs Somefun, who was represented by Unity Bank’s Chief Compliance Officer, Mrs. Patricia Ahunanya, provided the students with invaluable insights on the path to wealth creation, including imbibing savings habits, investing, and adopting money management skills early.


Her interaction with the students was aimed at instilling financial discipline and financial management skills for the attainment of financial independence and security while promoting a savings and investment culture. During the session, Mrs. Somefun acknowledged outstanding students and presented them with awards.


Mrs. Ahunanya and a student interacts during the training


The Global Money Week (GMW) is an annual campaign dedicated to raising global awareness about the importance of promoting financial literacy among young people from an early age. The initiative focuses on equipping them with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviours essential for making informed financial decisions, leading to financial well-being. Each year, a minimum of 40,000 organizations participate in this endeavour, collectively impacting over 60 million children globally.


A cross-section of the outstanding students with Mrs. Ahunanya (Middle) after the training.


In Nigeria, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Banker’s Committee in collaboration with Junior Achievement Nigeria, coordinates the activities for Global Money Week, which sees the participation of financial institutions with nationwide coverage.

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