Promo draw: Fidelity Bank splashes N9m on customers

Fidelity Bank Plc has rewarded the winners of the 7th edition of its Get Alert in Million Promo draws with the sum of N9m.

The draws held in various regions of the bank.

In a statement in Lagos, the bank said that the promo was instituted to develop savings culture among its customers as well as ensure financial inclusion.

The statement was signed by Mr Obara Odeghe, the Chairman of Fidelity Savings Promo Committee.

The bank said that the winners emerged from a transparent randomisation process approved by its control team and witnessed by officials of the Consumer Protection Council and other regulators.

According to the bank, there are consolations prizes including refrigerators and power generators.

It said that four lucky customers from South-West, South-South, South-East and Abuja regions of the bank won one million naira each.

It added that a customer from Northern region, won two million naira and one from Lagos won three million naira.

Fidelity bank said that 110 winners had emerged in the draws with a total of N65 million and consolation prizes.

“At the end of the seventh edition, we would have given a total of N74 million in cash.

“We still have a total of N31 million to be won,” it stated, adding that it was committed to ensuring financial inclusion where the risk of keeping cash away from banks would be minimised.

The bank said that the promo would assist in increasing the culture of savings and help to build businesses across the country.

“What we have been trying to do over the past nine years is to support government initiatives and imbibe savings culture in the people.

“Beyond that, we are looking at rewarding our customers, who have been faithful and loyal to us over the years,’’ it said.

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