Mr. Ekenechukwu Bathelomen Nnalue, a business man and customer of Fidelity Bank PLC based in Abia State, has won the N10 million star prize staked by the bank in its on- going ‘Fidelity Get alert in millions promo reloaded’.
Other lucky winners of the promo include, Mrs. Clara Okafor , a customer with Gwagwalada Abuja branch of the bank who won N1 million, and a Police Officer, Mrs. Jennifer Nnna from Abia state who won N2 million at 6th and final presentation of awards which held yesterday in Abuja.
The bank’s customers base has grossed over 100 million in the last one year , the bank confirmed yesterday.
Speaking during the prize presentation, Deputy Managing Director of Fidelity Bank PLC Mohammed Balarabe admonished the bank’s existing and new customers to cultivate savings culture.
“ The way to go, is to cultivate savings culture especially with the current pattern economy has assumed. It’s necessary for people to save for raining day because the raining day, certainly will come. You have to save for children’s school fees “.,he said.
He said the bank has been very supportive in various areas including award of scholarship to students.
“ We have given scholarship to students and support people in their various businesses. This promo started in Lagos in 2017, it’s natural and fulfilling we bring it down to the door step of our loyal customers in Northern axis. N110 million is up for grab in this promo and is being replicated across the country. This is grand ceremony to present grand prizes to deserving winners.
Speaking with Journalists, winner of the N10 million grand prize, Mr. Ekenechukwu Bathelomen Nnalue expressed profound appreciation to the management of the bank.
“ I’m highly elated, and I’m short of exact words to express my happiness. I can testify to genuineness of Fidelity bank promo as one of the beneficiaries. It’s real and will implore and advise whoever that has no account with the bank to open one without delay. Existing customers should sustain their savings “, he said.
-Story by New Telegraph