By Dele Ogbodo in Abuja

A University admission seeker, Mr. Emmanuel Enofe, has emerged winner of the new Hyundai Accent in the final e-raffle draw promotion competition organised by PZ Wilmer, manufacturers of the Mamador cooking oil, while a mother of two, Mrs. Deborah Ayu, went home with N1 million cheque.

At the prize presentation ceremony witnessed by members of the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) and the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC) in Abuja , PZ Wilmer’s Head of Sales, Mr. Mohit Kumar, said it was gratifying to note that the Mamador cooking oil which made its entrants into the Nigerian market few ago was fast becoming a household across the country.

 He said the company had spent over N20 million in the Mamador cook and cruise promo presentation with the final presentation which held in Abuja.

Kumar attributed the company’s driving force to rewarding of its loyal customers for accepting the product in such a short while, adding: “This cooking oil is unique, it’s such a wonderful product that anyone cannot resist. It is basically cholesterol free, 100 percent pure vegetable oil, having omega 6 and 9 and having vitamins A and vitamin E.” He said the product is pocket friendly with real value for money.

Asked how he won the Hyundai Accent, Enofe, who graduated from the Army Comprehensive High School, Akure, Ondo state,  in 2014, said though the car has come as blessing to the entire family, he is seriously looking to gaining admission into the University.

He said: “My mum and I went to one of the supermarkets in Akure, where we bought the Mamador cooking oil, which is my mum’s favourite. I told my mum that there is a promo going on and that we should send a code a certain number from Mamador, my mum initially doubted it as she appears not too interested in the e raffle draw.

“I decided to take a trial, scratched the card and I sent my GSM to the Mamador code. I was indeed surprised when the company called me that I have the Hyundai Accent in January.”

Asked how long, she has been using the oil, Ayu, who also won N1 million, through the e-raffle draw process acknowledged that that her family had been using the brand for the past two years.

While commending PZ Wilmer for redeeming the prizes as promised during the promo which started from November last year, Engr. Shamm Kolo, Deputy Director, Consumer Protection Council (CPC), Mr. Shamm kolo, said PZ Wilmer has fulfilled their obligation by awarding the prizes to their  deserved winners. He said it is the responsibility to monitor the entire to the end, adding that CPC was at the ceremony to make sure that the rightful winners get their prizes.