Fidelity Bank Plc yesterday doled out N16 million in N2 million and N1 million respectively to 13 customers who emerged winners in the third monthly draw of the Get Alert in Millions (GAIM) Promo Season 4.
It also gave away fridges, television sets and power generating as consolation prizes.
The electronic raffle draw, held at the bank’s Broad Street Branch, Lagos Island was witnessed by the relevant regulatory bodies including the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC), Lagos State Lotteries Board (LSLB) and Consumer Protection Council (CPC). Lucky customers who emerged winners in the draw cut across all regions of the country.
Speaking at the event, the bank’s managing director and chief executive officer, Mr. Nnamdi Okonkwo, said apart from the N16 million, 19 consolation prizes will be given out to participants in the draw.
Okonkwo who was represented by the executive director, shared services and products, Chijioke Ugochukwu further said total of N50 million in cash and 54 consolation prizes will be given to over 93 winners.
“We would have given out a total of N50 million in cash and 54 consolation prizes to over 93 winners. We expect more winners to emerge at subsequent draws because the promo is still on and in addition to the N50 million that we will be giving out, we still have N70 million and several consolation prizes yet to be won”, he said.
To participate and qualify in the draw, the bank’s head, savings group, Ms Janet Nnabuko, stated that both existing and new customers could win by simply topping their account with N10, 000 for existing customers or someone opening a new account and building it up to N20, 000.
She further disclosed that to qualify for the star prize of N3 million one needs to build their account to N50, 000 while asfor the grand prize of N10 million, one only has to grow their account to N200, 000.
Customers who emerged as winners in the draw included Dare Abiodun Emmanuel, Ugwu Philomena Nneka, Chinenye Catherine Olunna, Egberi Agbarha Kelvin, Ivang Stanley Oham, Chinelo Loveth Egbuchunem, Dare Abiodun Emmanuel, Itabiyi Gbolahan, Olakunle Hassan, Adejoke Jokotade, Larei Chindo, Chigozie Darlington Emoka, Khadijah Umar, Muazzam Ad Maizare, Isabella Chekwube Uche, and Omolade Bamitale Olatawura.
Others were Joseph James Abah, Oghenetega Emmanuel Erus, Blessing Chidinma Okafor, Loveline Uche Okonkwo, Nafisat Ali Lawal, Comfort Ita Asuquo, Mohammed Halima Sadiya, amongst others.