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PostBank Unveils Campaign to Boost Digital Banking & Safety Among Customers

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PostBank Uganda, a financial institution that is committed to empowering people, to transform their lives, has today unveiled its first-ever digital campaign dubbed Digital Banking, Beyi Powa, in an effort to increase the number of customers transacting with its digital platforms.

Unveiling the campaign to the public today, Mr. Julius Kakeeto, the Managing Director, PostBank Uganda said; “I am delighted to unveil an important marketing communications campaign in our history because of its significance to PostBank but most importantly, to you our customers who continue to be loyal especially during these difficult times brought about by COVID-19,” Mr. Kakeeto said.

As you may all be aware, he added, COVID-19 has changed the mode of operation across the world, with social distancing being a core precaution, it is only important that now more than ever our customers subscribe to digital banking platforms for their safety and that of their loved ones.

COVID-19 is a global pandemic brought about by the coronavirus which has killed over 1 million people and spread to over 30 million people worldwide. In Uganda, COVID-19 has killed 85 people and affected over 9,442 people according to the Ministry of Health (as at October 10th).”

“I am pleased to introduce to you, our new campaign, Digital Banking, Beyi Powa. The purpose of the campaign is to increase awareness about our alternative banking channels, their benefits and their contribution to our transformation journey,” Mr. Kakeeto said.

The channels include; PostApp, PostMobile, PostAgent and UnionPay PostCard. These platforms are designed to offer safe and convenient financial services to customers at no extra cost.

Mr. Kakeeto explained that, the channels are very easy to transact with since they provide convenience and enable the customer 24/7 to self-serve but most importantly, they are a very safe way to transact today.

Speaking at the launch, Mr. Andrew Agaba, the Chief Business Officer, PostBank said, the campaign name Beyi Powa is a common Ugandan slang which means great price and mirrors the affordability of the bank’s digital channels and products.

“This campaign is premised on the results of a dipstick survey we carried out about these channels early this year, to establish the level of awareness about our digital channels. Customers form an important part of our business, I therefore urge each and everyone of them to use our digital channels and experience a new way of banking,” Mr. Agaba added.

Digital Banking, Beyi Powa starts today and will run until December, 31st 2020. It is intended to reach more than 1.2 million customers of the Bank and over 5 million potential customers in the country. The campaign comes at a time when Uganda is witnessing an unprecedented rise in the adoption and the use of mobile phones and the internet services for financials services such as card payments and mobile wallets, due to COVID-19.

According to a Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) report, the number of mobile phone users in Uganda stands at 26.8 million, whereas the number of Internet Users stands at 10.6 million in 2020. This is indicative of a huge gap of the bankable population on the digital channels and the requisite need to enlighten more customers about digital banking and its benefits.

PostBank prides itself in continuous innovation to satisfy customer needs. Beyi Powa is therefore a campaign designed to enhance service delivery from the existing digital platforms and offer more affordable options to our customers.

“I encourage you to embrace the campaign and also make use of our digital channels so that you can access digital banking services anytime, anywhere at no extra cost,” Mr. Agaba concluded.

As part of the campaign and appreciation to customers, the bank also rolled out its first-ever Digital Banking, Beyi Powa Champions Battle which was held on its Facebook and Twitter pages. Through the challenge, the bank’s customers were given an opportunity to participate in an exciting trivia related to PostBank’s digital banking platforms for chance to win up to shs3 million.

About PostBank Uganda.

PostBank Uganda (PBU) is a public company limited by shares and formed under the Public Enterprises Reform and Divestiture Statute of 1983 and the Uganda Communications Act, 1997. It was incorporated under the Companies Act in 1998 and is owned by the Government of Uganda with 100% shareholding.



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Zari reveals her boyfriend Shakib Cham’s age

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Zari finally reveals her boyfriend Shakib Cham’s age…

Classy socialite, Zari Hassan has come out to defend herself after facing heavy criticism, banter and trolls for making out with ‘younger boys’.

About a month ago, Zari left Netizens in wonderland after she was smoked out in a nightclub, grinding a young guy. It later came to light that she and Chap are not just friends but partners in passion.

She took to her Instagram page and confirmed their entanglement and told critics off!

“…I am free to do whatever I feel like. Life is too short. I gotta enjoy it as I’m supposed to,” the self-styled Boss Lady barks. Prior to this, she had just had a fling, GK Choppa, which ended as soon as the holy month Ramathan started.

READ MORE: Zari speaks out after video her grinding toy boy in night club surfaces

Our investigative Bazzinyi laid a strategy, specifically to uncover the identity of this lucky dude, drilling the tried and tested Zari’s honeypot.

Trust the dedicated Bazzinyi team! Within a short period of time, they had already gathered enough info about the chap.

Shakib Cham is the name of the guy, a Ugandan by Nationality, who was raised in the Kawempe slums. Apparently, Shakib’s work is to look good, smell nice, kwetega and smash loaded mamas. Numerous sources tip us that he is in his mid-20s.

However, Zari claims that Shakib is actually older than what is peddled on the social media streets. In a latest interview with a local media house, the mother-of-five trashed all the allegations that she’s molesting Shakib. She says he is a grown able-bodied chap, who is equipped with all the Zzina skills.

“Why are people mad tho? Shakib is 30. He just looks good…lol. I hear 18 year, 20 year old…molesting. Do they even know the meaning of molestation? Smh,” Zari blasted and vowed to continue making merry with her man.

Watch the two lovebirds making merry below:

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He is an old man that looks good

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Zari Hassan has revealed her new lover, Shakib Cham’s age following online slurs from critics claiming that she is molesting a teenager.

For about a month now, Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan has been back in the headlines following footage that went viral of her making out with a one Shakib Cham.

Shakib, a Ugandan city boy, is not the most popular and in efforts to know more about him, a few critics have revealed that he is a young boy raised in the Kawempe slums.



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Swangz Avenue launches Creative Academy

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Swangz Avenue launches Creative Academy

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Swangz Avenue, an audio-visual production company has launched a creative academy.

The Academy will offer courses in audio production, cinematography, digital video editing, live broadcast, script writing, and film production, among others.

With over 14 years of experience in producing audio and visual content, Swangz Avenue will skill young creative minds with an intent to build a bridge between basic school education and the creative industry professional world through a curriculum, which is both innovative and modular, under the tutelage of industry professionals to join the immense opportunities the creative industry has to offer.

Swangz Avenue launches Creative Academy

“The sector is heavily unskilled yet the demand for quality audio and visual production is at an all-time high. We believe this skilling initiative will make a significant leap at improving the quality of productions but most importantly create jobs,” says Julius Kyazze, the Head of Business at Swangz Avenue.

All courses will employ an 80% hands-on teaching technique with the rest being theoretical assessments.

The Swangz Creative Academy has started registration for the June entry with focus on the first two courses; Audio Production & Broadcast Production.

The Academy is certified by the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT) under the Ministry of Education and Sports.

You can register here.





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