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Skye Bank millionaire scheme: Civil servant emerges winner

A civil servant with Lagos State Government, Kazeem Adewale has been declared winner of the N1million star prize of “The Reach for the Skye" Millionaire Scheme, ITRealms reports.

The draw was held in Lagos amid fanfare, even as ITRealms gathered thatsince its introduction, Skye Bank Millionaire Scheme has changed the lives of many for the better. The scheme, which is a product feature for its flagship savings product, is meant to encourage savings culture amongst the mass market segment.

Kazeem Adewale inappreciation of the life-changing prize said, “I thank Skye Bank for this encouragement, and for putting us—customers—on their mind. This money would be put into something that would also help me to save even more.”

Speaking on the occasion, the Head, Retail Banking, Skye Bank Plc. Nkolika Okoli, said,“the scheme provides a unique opportunity for the bank to stay in touch and reward its SavePlus account holders, who have a unique role to play in the country’s future economy expansion,” she stated.

ITRealms reports that the monthly draw would afford three customers; both old and new, to emerge millionaires, while 10 and 4 others will be rewarded with N100, 000 and N250, 000 respectively as consolation prizes for having at least a minimum of N2,000 with the bank within that month.

The next Millionaire Scheme is set to hold in Anambra State next week. This announcement was made in a press statement issued by the bank, where it was stated that the September draw would hold as activation in Onitsha main market, Onitsha, ITRealms learnt.

The ‘Skye Reach for Millionaire’ reward scheme will see Skye Bank give away the sum of 60 million naira during the course of the scheme to customers who operate the Skye SavePlus account and maintain minimum credit balances of N2,000 on an incremental basis.

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