UT bank Kofi Amoabeng and Sarkodie speak at X-Men tour today

All is set for the Vodafon X-Men Tour at the KNUST Great Hall.

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The 2016 edition of the Vodafone ‘X-Men Tour’ will see astute businessman and the founder and chief executive officer of UT Bank and the president of its parent, UT Holdings, Prince Kofi Amoabeng and arguably Ghana’s best rapper, Sarkodie share their leadership experiences and foster productive discussions with students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) on Saturday, April 30.

All is set for the event which comes off at 4pm sharp at the Great Hall of the KNUST. The two will be hosted by radio and TV presenter, Anita Erskine-Amaizo.

According to organisers of the event, the X-Men programme is an initiative that seeks to tell and highlight the business and success stories of distinguished personalities in Ghana with the youth and young aspiring business people.

Mr. Prince Kofi Amoabeng of UT bank in an interview expressed delight at the opportunity to engage with the youth. “I am looking forward to a wonderful experience with the students of KNUST.”

Director of Marketing at Vodafone Ghana, Agnes Emefa Essah said the X-Men Tour is in line with the company's brand promise of continuously introducing initiatives that empower Ghanaian youth.

The “X-Men Tour” is a Vodafone Ghana initiative, powered by EcoHouse and partnered by UT Bank.

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