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Fidelity Bank Customers Get N18m for Valentine

Fidelity Bank Plc on Wednesday splashed N18 million to 12 customers in the fourth draw of its “Get Alert in Million Reloaded” promo to mark Valentine’s Day.

Speaking at the draw in Lagos, Mr Nnamdi Okonkwo, the bank’s Managing Director, said the bank decided to use the Valentine Day’s draw to reward its loyal customers.


Okonkwo, who was represented by Mrs Chetachi Ezenagu, the Regional Head, Yaba/Surulere Bank, said the bank decided to conduct the draw on “this special day” to show love to its customers.

He said the bank through the promo would continue to touch lives and boost the saving culture of Nigerians in line with the CBN financial inclusion initiative.

Newsmen report that two customers, Mr Chukwunonso Igwe from Oraifite Branch, Anambra State and Ability Chinwe, from Owerri Branch, Imo State won N1 million each.

Other lucky cash prize winners include Alhaji Musa Abubakar, Gowon Road Branch, Kaduna and Mr Emmanuel Olumide of University of Jos branch, who won N1 million and N2 million respectively.

Mr Adebiyi Aliu Olaide (Ibadan, Oyo state) and Mrs Obot Cecilia Ngozichukwuka of Federal Secretariat Branch, Abuja won N3 million each in the draw.

Apart from the cash prizes, the bank also rewarded some customers with consolation prizes comprising television sets, generators and refrigerators. Okonkwo said the initiative, seventh in the series of promos organised by the bank, was introduced to reward customers for their unflinching loyalty and patronage over the years.

Also speaking, Mr Richard Ebo, the bank’s Regional Head, Retail Banking, said the bank decided to use the opportunity of Valentine Day to show love to its customers.

Ebo said the bank, through the promo had empowered many of its customers and businesses. He restated the bank’s unparalleled commitment to reward customers for their loyalty and patronage.

Newsmen report that the winners emerged from a transparent process conducted by the bank’s control team, witnessed by officials of the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) and other regulators and stakeholders.

NAN

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