WEMA

AcronymDefinition
WEMAWorld Electronic Messaging Association
WEMAWater Efficient Maize for Africa (agriculture project; various organizations)
WEMAWisconsin Educational Media Association
WEMAWisconsin Emergency Management Association
WEMAWestern Electronics Manufacturers Association
WEMAWilderness Emergency Medical Aid
WEMAWallops Exchange and Morale Association
WEMAWestern and English Manufacturers Association
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The bank said, 'Nurudeen coordinated the successful integration of National Bank of Nigeria Limited into Wema Bank.
WEMA Kenya country coordinator James Gethi said the project was incorporating drought-tolerant maize varieties, which is anticipated to improve farmers' production per hectare from less than one tonne to up to five.
Water kiosks have been put up in different parts of Wema, and residents issued with smart cards, which they easily use to buy water.
Segun Oloketuyi, MD of Wema Bank, said that the bank would soon secure a national banking licence following the successful completion of NGN40bn of special placement.
Zari dumped Diamond after photos of Wema and Diamond looking cozy went viral online.
Nigeria-based Wema Bank Plc is looking to expand its operations.
The CEO of First Bank of Nigeria, Bisi Onasanya and Wema Bank's CEO Segun Oloketuyi, who were appointed chief executives of their respective banks only last year, still have a long way to go.
The Chief Executives of Wema and Ecobank have advocated for policies to address issues of security, privacy, and trust akin to emerging disruptive technologies to tackle digital technology frauds and ensure businesses success.
Dr Mwimali nonetheless noted that through the Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA) programme, they have developed the DroughtTEGO hybrid maize varieties that have resistance capabilities towards varied pests including the fall armyworm, stem borers and stalk borers.There are Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) genes that can control the fall armyworms, which if harnessed, could work well as a control strategy for the pest, according to the scientist.