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Stanbic Bank Treats Muslim Customers To Sumptuous Dinner

Stanbic Bank Uganda this week hosted its Muslim customers who are observing the holy month to a dinner to break their Ramadan fast at Hotel Africana. The annual observance is one of the five pillars of Islam.

Speaking at the dinner Moses Mbubi, Stanbic Bank’s Head of Human Capital said, “Ramadan is a period of great sacrifice, discipline and reflection for all Muslims, we at Stanbic Bank Uganda and our counterparts across the globe therefore feel honoured and privileged to be able to interact and share a meal with you during this holy month.”

Stanbic Bank recently hosted their Muslim clients to an Iftar dinner at Hotel Africana, in attendance was Chief Executive Patrick Mweheire (2nd left) ; Kevin Wingfield, Head Personal and Business Banking (2nd right) and Derrick Musaazi , Head Personal and Business Banking Credit (right) together with one of the Stanbic customers(Left) and Sheikh Mahmood Kibaate, First deputy Supreme Mufti(3rd left); and Hajji Lulu Ibrahim(3rd right).

“As we come together and break the fast, we would like to re-assure you of our unwavering support for your businesses helping them to succeed while creating value for your families, employees and the communities where you operate,” he added.

Mbubi said  the passing out of the 2015 FIA Amendment Bill which among other things makes provisions for Islamic and Agency banking will make financial services increasingly relevant to Ugandan Muslims and bring banking services closer to the people.

“These developments will allow us to create new products, extend our reach while reducing the cost of doing business. We intend to pass on these benefits to you our customers in form of improved services and lower bank charges.”

The Stanbic Ramadan dinner was attended by the Chief Executive of Stanbic Bank, Patrick Mweheire, members of his Executive Committee and high-profile Muslim leaders including Mufti Sheik, Muhammed Kibaate who led the prayers.

Stanbic Muslim clients partaking dinner

 

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