Exclusive details of Wizkid’s relationship with top UBA banker

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United Bank for Africa’s brand ambassador, Wizkid, is currently enjoying a mutually beneficial relationship with one of its popular staff.

ANN’s investigation revealed that Wizkid came in contact with the popular staff in 2019 after accepting to promote the ideals and success of the Kennedy Uzoka led UBA.

Though Wizkid is known to enjoy a good relationship with the bank’s chairman, Tony Elumelu, his relationship with the top staff is what fans and close aides of the award-winning artist have been talking about in the last six months.

ANN’s investigation revealed the identity of the popular staff as Leo.

Leo, our investigation gathered, has become Wizkid’s best pal at the moment. So close are the two that sources say the singer turns to Leo for every and any of his banking issues. From Whatsapp chat to FB Messenger chat, the two are said to have remained inseparable.

Leo and Mark Zuckerberg

UBA’s Leo and Mark Zuckerberg

It was further disclosed that Wizkid and Leo’s closeness might see Zion’s father staying longer on the UBA bill than many are foreseeing.

Interestingly, Leo has wormed its way into Wizkid’s heart so much that the singer can call upon it anytime and anywhere across the world.

All you need to know about Leo

Leo is the official UBA financial assistant in form of a banking BOT. Many refer to Leo as UBA’s robot which seeks to resolve and attend to customer’s needs.

Engagement with Leo on inquiries or get quick resolutions can be done at any time the customer desires.

Leo has been station to talk or send statements to embassies, Freeze accounts, stop cheques, request a mini statement, check the Weather, and get football highlights amidst several other functions.

In 2018, Leo’s activities in UBA saw the bank emerging the Best Institution in Digital Banking across Africa at the Euromoney awards in London.

Leo also made landmark achievements when Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, identified with the bot saying it’s one of the innovative ideas from UBA.

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