By Rukayat Moisemhe
Polaris Bank Ltd. said a total of N26million would be won by 188 lucky shoppers across the country as the grand finale of his ongoing “ Save and Win ” promotion wraps up in April.
Ike said the promotion served as a reward for customers who, despite the tough times, were still able to put money aside in savings.
He noted that in these unpleasant economic times, it was imperative to save, not only to win a prize, but also to plan for the rainy day.
Ike said the promo has so far seen two draws in February and March with the grand finale slated for April.
According to him, the grand prize draw will see six millionaires emerge from Nigeria‘s six geopolitical zones and another 60 clients will return home with a consolation sum of 100,000 naira each.
“By the end of the Millionaire ‘Save & Win’ promotion, a total of N26 million would have been won by 188 Polaris Bank customers across the country.
“Customers of the bank’s existing and new savings accounts are eligible to participate in the promotion.
“All winners will emerge through a transparent, electronically-generated process that regulators will oversee.
“The ‘Save and Win’ promotion aims to make Nigerians millionaires by encouraging current and new customers to save a minimum of 10,000 naira per month,” he said.
Ike said the promo launched in November 2020 produced two millionaires.
“In addition, 120 customers have also walked away with 100,000 NK each in the two previous draws which took place in February and March, bringing the total amount won to 14 million Naira so far,” he added. . (NOPE)
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