Fidelity Bank Plc has rewarded more of itscustomers with cash and gifts items in the second monthly draw of ‘Get Alert in Millions Promoâ€™ reloaded.
The draw which held in Lagos yesterday, was witnessed by representatives from the NigerianLottery Commission, the Lagos Lottery Board and the Consumer Protection Council, to ensure its transparency and accountability.
In the promo, the bank gave out a total of N19 million and various consolation prizes to customers.
A breakdown of the cash prize reward showedthat N13 million was given out in the second monthly draw, while N6 million was given out in the star/bi-monthly draw.
In all, winners emerged from six geo-political zones including nine customers, who smiled home with N1 million each, two customers won N2 million each while two customers from Lagos and North went home with N3 million each.
Speaking at the event, the Executive Director, Shared Services, Mrs. Chijioke Ugochukwu, said that the draw presented the largest amount the bank would give out in the promo reloaded this yuletide season.
She said at the end of the day, the bank would have given out N34 million in cash and 33 consolation prizes.
â€œThis is just the beginning. We still have N76 million and there is a final grand prize of N10 million,â€ she said.
Also commenting, the Admiralty branch leader Mrs. Augustina Akabogu, said the promo was one of the ways the bank encourages money to flow into the banking sector as the people bring their money into the bank.
â€œWe love our customers. There is no institution that will strive without a customer base. The third reason why we are doing this draw is for empowerment. The draw enables our customer meet their financial needs and become better business ownersâ€, Akabogu said.
The Bi-monthly winners of N3 million were Mr. Abdullateef Olarewaju Gaffar and Mr. Osondu Udechukwu. While the N2 million cash winners were Mr. John Prince Sabenya Celestine, Samuel Oruchalu.
Furthermore, the N1 million winners were Emmanuel Ehizibue, Anaelechi Chris Oziogu, Maui USO, Olof Bunkunmi Ayo, Ethel Ikechi Duru, Nwosu Uchenna, Egene Ejiofor and Chizoba Nwaoba. Other prizes given were TV sets, generators and refrigerators.