Unity Bank sacks five Non-executive directors

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In an email message to the Nigerian Stock Exchange, Unity Bank has relived five directors of their duties to cut expenses for the tier 2 bank.

The bank said that bank board of directors has approved that five (5) of its Non-Executive Directors should exit the Board, thereby reducing the size of the Board from thirteen (13) to eight (8) members as follows.

Affected directors are:

1. Thomas Etuh

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2. Aminu Babangida

3. Oluwafunsho Obasanjo

4. Yabawa Lawan Wabi

5. Sam N. Okagbue

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6. Tomi Somefun

7. Aisha A. Abraham

8. Temisan Tuedor.

 

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