Access Bank Plc W Ambassador, Neku Atawodi-Edun, who is also the Face of African Polo, has promised to use her passion for the promotion of women empowerment and encouraging women polo in Nigeria to an acceptable international level.
Neku, who said this on Wednesday during her unveiling, and accepted her endorsement, said that she was thrilled at the opportunity offered by the bank to carry through her passion for the promotion of women empowerment and encouraging women polo in Nigeria to an acceptable international level.
She said that as Access Bank ambassador, she hopes to be playing more in the European season that recently galloped off after the climax of the US season in April.
Neku listed some of the countries she would be flying the flag of Access Bank, to include United Kingdom, France, Spain and Germany. Neku hopes to play more in Africa, with the forthcoming 2019 Access Bank UNICEF Charity Shield tournament billed for Kaduna in June.
Highly revered as one of the few black female polo players in the world, and the first to play professionally, Neku Atawodi-Edun is an equine sports scientist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and investor.
Access Bank Coordinator, Women Banking Initiative, Ayona Aguele-Trimnell who unveiled the new ambassador at a media event in Lagos, described Neku as a Nigerian polo player, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and an investor.
Access Bank Group Head, Corporate Communications, Amaechi Okobi, described the W Ambassador as a consummate brand who champions healthy lifestyle and promotes the development of women polo in Nigeria and beyond.
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