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At Project Revamp Africa, it is our desire that every secondary school student goes through our initiative.

Access Bank Plc, through its Personal Banking Division entered into a three-year partnership with Project Revamp Africa. The project was launched at a Press Conference at the bank’s headquarters to officially announce to the public our goals and strategy.

This project is set to impact about 30,000 students across the six geo-political zones in Nigeria. During the first phase, at least 10,000 students would be reached.

The CSR initiative of the Personal Banking Division of Access Bank aligns perfectly with what we do at Project Revamp Africa.

The partnership involves funding of the project and availability of staff members from the division, volunteering to teach the students.

The main announcements were made by the Managing Director of the bank, ably represented by one of its Executive Directors; Mr. Victor Etuokwu. Remarks were made by many other representatives from the bank, the visionary of Project Revamp Africa; Mr. Kelechi Anyalechi and other officials.

Several dignitaries and personalities were in attendance to witness this grand occasion. This event was covered by several newspapers and blogs.

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