Motola Oyebanjo Resigns From Union Bank
The Head, Strategic Communications and Media for Union Bank of Nigeria Plc has resigned from the services of the financial institution.
In a farewell message she posted on her LinkedIn page, she wrote, “It’s a wrap! For two and a half years I have had the privilege of telling the stories of the Stallion’s journey of transformation. Now, it’s time to say goodbye.”
Recounting her favourite times working at the bank, she wrote: “Executive Communications: Working with the board and management to share their knowledge and expertise as thought leader and Business Transformation: Over 100 new branches launched, a mobile banking platform with first-ever features, first Nigerian bank to introduce Robotic Process Automation, Awards won!”
She added that the 100th anniversaryof the bank which celebrated stakeholders with galas, giveaways & other activities across Nigeria, while forging new strategic partnerships, helping staff raise millions to support IDPs & other such worthy causes in CSR as well as Introducing informative campaigns & innovative media that helped build engagement and drive organizational goals and values, were part of her memorable moments.
While keeping the lid on her next move after Union Bank, she enthused, “Now time for some rest before the next phase begins. As our Nollywood friends say….. Coming soon!”
Motola is a passionate Communications Consultant with extensive strategic experience across Corporate Communications, Marketing Communications and Development Communications.
She has worked on such brands and projects as Australian Trade Commission, Kia Motors, British Council, Unilever, Haansbro Confectioneries, NISSAN Motors, UKEAS, Edinburgh Napier University Scotland, BPP University UK, ESCC, SI-UK, Sheffield Hallam University UK and more.