The Olubadan of Ibadan, Oba Saliu Adetunji, has commended Skye Bank Plc, for rewarding loyal customers and helping their businesses to grow.
The monarch said this during the presentation of N1m cheque to Mrs. Ahmed Tolani, a civil servant who emerged the fourth lucky winner in the bank’s on-going “Reach for the Skye” millionaire reward promo.
The event was held at the palace of the monarch on Friday, the lender said in a statement on Tuesday.
The Olubadan noted that the commendable efforts of Skye Bank in encouraging savings culture in Nigeria through the on-going reward scheme.
The monarch was quoted to have said, “We are very impressed with your great steps to make life beautiful for our people. Your bank understands tradition and the core needs of the people. We will also continue to support your bank and encourage our people to bank with you.
“I am also particularly happy that the winner is our own daughter and I believe that she will use the money to do well in our state, helping other people to live well and get better.”
He added, “I encourage Skye Bank to continue in this initiative to make people happy and help their businesses to grow.”
The winner, Tolani, who runs a joint bank account with Omole Akanni in Agbowo branch of the bank in Ibadan, was full of praises at the news of her emergence as the fourth millionaire.
The reward scheme has produced winners in various parts the country.
The Group Head, Product and Innovation, Skye Bank, Ndubuisi Osakwe, was quoted as saying, “The scheme provides a unique opportunity for the bank to stay in touch and reward its savings customers, who have a unique role to play in the country’s economic expansion”.
“The reward focuses on retail banking that is anchored on the premise of building a long-lasting relationship with our customers based on trust as well as supporting the financial inclusion drive of the CBN so as to bring a lot more people into the financial system and the formal economy.”
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