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Let’s Make a Difference! Join Funke Akindele and Sterling Bank in its Nationwide Cleaning Exercise under the ‘Sterling Environmental Makeover’ (STEM) Series | Saturday, December 3rd




Popular actress; Funke Akindele will join Sterling Bank this Saturday, December 3rd, 2016, at 7am for the Bank’s quarterly national cleaning exercise under the “Sterling Environmental Makeover” (STEM) series. The lead actress is scheduled to lead the Lagos leg of the exercise at Oyingbo Market.

Date: Saturday, December 3rd, 2016.
Time: 7am

The exercise, which is in partnership with the officials of the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), KPMG and Wecyclers will hold simultaneously in Oyo, Delta, Enugu, Rivers, Ekiti, Kaduna, Abia, Ogun, Osun, Sokoto, Kano, Kwara and Plateau states in collaboration with the relevant regulatory agencies on environmental management.

The Bank’s Executive Director, Finance & Strategy, Abubakar Suleiman said the Bank came up with the exercise as part of its contribution to the promotion of a healthy environment and in line with her corporate citizenship focus on environmental sustainability. He added that Sterling Bank would continually engage in initiatives that will protect the environment, and indirectly ensure the protection of lives.

The event will also have members of the Bank’s customers and Executive Management, as well as staff of KPMG and Wecyclers and LAWMA officers; all  joining in to promote clean environment and good health among Nigerians.

“What we are doing this weekend in Lagos and 13 other states in the country is all about making impact that positively alters our environment for good. We want to keep on doing the small things while we plan the big audacious ones. Each time you join the street sweepers to clean the street, you are part of an unstoppable force to make our world a better place and that is what we want to achieve with this exercise” Abubakar Suleima added.

Funke Akindele; popularly known as ‘Jenifa’ expressed her excitement and called out to the public to join her on Saturday. “My peoples, hous you? I wee be hat STEM o, cleanings the plaze. Came and join me o! Free chops will be dier”

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  1. chic wen sabi

    November 30, 2016 at 1:01 am

    As an environmentalist this is a very good idea, that will bring great impact on healthy environment. A collective effort we can keep NAIJA clean.

  2. Fabulous B

    November 30, 2016 at 7:53 pm

    As someone that is concerned about the environment, I appreciate the effort.

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