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MFB offers loyal customers over N10m in prizes

STATE Microfinance Bank, Astra Polaris, has rewarded loyal customers with products worth over N10 million at the second draw of the year-long 30th anniversary Transact & Win Promotion held in Abeokuta, Ogun State, as part of efforts to boost savings culture in Nigeria.

Akintunde Ogunsan, the bank’s Managing Director, said the 30th Anniversary Transact and Win Promotion was created to thank customers who have supported the bank over the years, most of whom have become ‘Families’ as a result of the bank’s role in helping them achieve their business and personal goals.

Manufacturers, craftsmen, mechanics, technicians, farmers, petty traders, distributors, media and entertainment operators, as well as micro and small business owners in technology, transportation, and logistics, were among the clients who had their wishes realized, according to Ogunsan.

Mrs Olaselewa Bakare, the Gbegbaje of Egbaland, Alhaji Olalekan Balogun, the Metro Chairman, Acomoran, and Mrs Adenike Adeniyi, the Ogun State Lead for the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria, graced the occasion.

He stated that the bank was more than pleased by the promise of assisting its clients in achieving their goals, and that the board of directors was further motivated by the unstoppable desire to empower more Nigerians and enable them to progress and achieve their goals.

Pressing irons, cellphones, fans, blenders, microwaves, motorcycles, and power generator sets were among the prizes given away in the raffle draws, according to him. At the final draw in April 2023, the big prize of a saloon automobile is expected to be won.

To be eligible for the Transact & Win promotion, new customers must open an Astra Polaris Savings, Deposit, or Current account with a minimum of N1,000 at any of the bank branches or on the AstraKash and AstraPay APPs stores, and maintain a minimum balance of N30,000.00 only every month. The next draw will take place on July 1, 2022.

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