Keystone Bank office
Keystone Bank has announced the winners of the star prize of three 18-seater buses in the banks just-concluded Daily Awuf Promo.
The three winners who emerged from the final draws that took place in Abuja, Benin and Uyo were Abdullahi Hauwa Ahmad (Lafia Branch); Nwogba Solomon (Assumpta Avenue Branch, Owerri) and Samuel Dare Anuoluwapo (Ilorin Branch).
A statement from the bank quoted the Executive Director, Public Sector, Mr. Shehu Abubakar, to have said that the customers that qualified for the final draw had increased their deposit in savings account in the last three months.
According to Abubakar, one of the objectives of the Awuf Promo was to encourage Nigerians to cultivate a savings culture.
He added: “Keystone Bank has delivered on its promise to give instant gifts awards to every customer who reactivated or opened a new account within the three months that the promo lasted.”
Apart from the 18-seater buses, 740 lucky customers at the different locations also walked away with consolation prizes such as DVD Players, Satellite TV Decoders, Rechargeable Fans and Generators, which according to the bank “is an indication of the bank’s continued support of its customers’ aspirational lifestyle”.
In addition to these prizes, the bank had in the last 45days rewarded 900 customers with N10,000 each for increasing their account balance during the promo.
A customer of the bank, Mr. Aimola Omotade, who won a generator in Abuja, thanked the bank for “coming up with this laudable promo, which I believe has helped a lot of customers in the lower and middle cadre of the economy to upgrade their status. Keystone has demonstrated its unwavering commitment to meeting customer needs and aspirations through its Never Say Never philosophy”.
On her part, the bank’s Executive Director, Retail Banking, Mrs. Yvonne Isichei, congratulated the three lucky winners of the buses.
“By the conclusion of this promo and with the gifts that Keystone Bank has delivered, we have recognised our loyal customers and contributed to the uplifting of those in the retail space of the Nigerian economy,” she added.