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NCBA highlights importance of sports & business at Pulse Influencer Awards

Standout categories that stole the show at the 2023 Pulse Influencer Awards.

NCBA boosts sports & business categories at the Pulse Influencer Awards 2023

The Pulse Influencer Awards ceremony on October 7, 2023 brought together a diverse mix of influencers, media figures, and guests to honour the outstanding contributions of influencers in Kenya's dynamic creative industry.

Amidst an atmosphere of celebration, the event highlighted exceptional talents from various creative domains.

Before the awards, attendees had the opportunity to interact with each other, take pictures, have drinks as they prepared to clap and cheer the winners of the night.

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With winners announced for 22 categories, a spotlight was on the highly anticipated Sports Influencer of the Year category and the Business Influencer of the Year category.

The sports influencer of the year title was clinched by renowned sprint sensation Ferdinand Omanyala for the second time in a row.

Accompanied by his wife, the athlete could not hide his joy in emerging victorious for the second time despite not having a good season on the track prior to the awards.

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In a closely contested battle, businesswoman Maureen Bandari emerged as the winner of the business influencer of the year category.

Bandari was proud that her efforts in business were getting her awarded having been in the industry for over 12 years.

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Notably, the two prominent award categories were sponsored by NCBA Bank, a leading financial services institution in the country.

The sponsorship underscored NCBA's commitment to fostering business growth and talent development, aligning with the bank's support for various sectors including sports, exemplified by their NCBA Golf Series initiative.

The awards ceremony was not solely focused on accolades, as attendees also enjoyed an immersive miniature golf experience, adding a unique touch to the evening's festivities.

Influencers and other guests enjoyed taking shots and winning lovely hampers on the mini-golf course.

Through its participation and sponsorship of the event, NCBA demonstrated its dedication to nurturing creativity and innovation within the local influencer community.

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In addition to the two winners, Maureen Bandari and Ferdinand Omanyala, NCBA wishes other influencers all the best in their endeavours.

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