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Millionaires emerge in FCMB’s promo


Four customers of First City Monument Bank have won N1m each at the first draws of Season 6 FCMB savings reward scheme tagged ‘Millionaire Promo’, which took place nationwide.

A statement from the bank said some other customers won various prizes like LED televisions, generators, decoders, tablets and smartphones, among others.

It stated that the winners emerged through a random selection of qualified customers at an event in the four regions and 19 zones that made up the bank’s footprint in Nigeria.

The bank said some officials of the National Lottery Regulatory Commission, Consumer Protection Council, community leaders, thousands of customers of the financial institution and other dignitaries attended the event.

It stated that the new millionaires were Olabisi Omotayo (Lagos region), Mustapha Egba (Abuja & North region), Helen Okon (South-East & South-south region) and Sholanke Olalekan (South-West region).

One of the winners of N1m, Okon, commended FCMB for its commitment to the success of its customers through the millionaire promo’ and other rewards as well as empowerment initiatives.

She stated, “I am very surprised to win N1m in the promo; it is unbelievable. I thank FCMB; I am very proud to be a customer of the bank and very grateful.”

This prize is very special to me. Surely it is going to change so many things for me. I don’t regret being a customer. I appreciate the bank’s quality of service, FCMB is the best.”

The Executive Director, Retail Banking of the Bank, Mr Olu Akanmu, stated, “We are delighted to produce another set of millionaires and winners of other prizes in the first draws of the promo. Thousands of Nigerians have so far benefitted from this life-changing initiative since it commenced in 2013. Season 6 of the promo will produce another set of 16 millionaires.

“Thousands of other lucky customers will be rewarded with various exciting prizes.”

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