Heritage Bank Marks Nigeria @60 with Reward Scheme

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Heritage Bank Plc yesterday joined the nation to celebrate Nigeria’s 60th independence anniversary.
In a bid to commemorate the independence, the bank rolled out a couple of activities in achieving this feat.
The bank slated an online competition for customers to make videos recitation of them presenting the “National Pledge” in Pidgin English and the four best videos would be rewarded with total cash prize of N1million.
Also, staff of the bank were not left out in the celebration as they are also expected to recite the pledge in all their different units and Experience Centres, doing it in front of the national flag, whilst they wear clothes with touch of green to office for certain period of time.

In a statement, the Divisional Head, Corporate Communications, Fela Ibidapo affirmed that as a bank that places much importance and value on the national heritage, “we want to remind Nigerians of their loyalty and commitment to the nation; thereby imbibe the patriotic spirit in citizens that despite the challenges, it has been 60years of dignity and pride as individuals, who together, make up this great country called Nigeria.”

According to him, reciting the National Pledge in pidgin language would help invoke in every individual their national pride of love, devotion and sense of attachment to our fathers’ land and alliance with every citizen who share same sentiment. This attachment could be combination of different feelings relating to the country in terms of socio-cultural, ethnic, political and historical interests.

He reiterated, “We are not just excited, but we are also reflecting on what our commitment as individuals has been to our great country Nigeria. Looking inwards at our journey over the last 60years, we believe as an institution that this is the best time to reflect on the National Pledge and what it means to us as a Nation.
“To this end, Heritage Bank is championing the movement to keep our commitment as a nation by reciting the National Pledge.”