KAMPALA —dfcu Bank has confirmed that their Manager Communications & Events Rukh-Shana Namuyimba will leave the bank at the end of July 2021.
Namuyimba endured a torrid four and a half year spell at dfcu Bank after joining in 2017.
She joined dfcu in January 2017 at a time when dfcu’s purchase of Crane Bank attracted bad publicity, mainly online.
She started off by threatening to sue some online publications before arrangement escalated the bank’s bad publicity.
Namuyimba was responsible for the planning and execution of the Bank’s communication strategy.
In her capacity, the bank says she supported several initiatives including Brand campaigns, Corporate Social Responsibility, Digital and Marketing Communications, as well as Internal Staff Communications.
”Rukh-Shana’s professionalism, skills and work ethic have played a significant role in propelling the dfcu brand to where it stands today. We are honoured to have worked with Rukh-Shana over the past four and a half years; her commitment to the business has been unquestionable and her work; consistently excellent. We thank her for going above the call of duty on numerous occasions and wish her the absolute best as she takes on the next phase of her journey,” said Veronica Sentongo Chief Change and Innovation officer dfcu Bank.