Five customers rewarded in Fidelity Bank promo

Koforidua (E/R The fifth monthly draw of the Fidelity Bank ”10 times Richer ” promotion has rewarded five lucky customers of the bank to the tune of GH?25,000.

The draw, which was held in Koforidua, saw Haruna Bukari of the Tema Community 25 branch, Erica Brovi of Nkawkaw Postbank, Kyere Yeboah of Sunyani Branch, Labika Ahmed Abbey of Accra Central Postbank and Daniel Kwaku Tetteh of the Koforidua branch winning GH?5,000 each.

This brings the total number of the winners to 25, since the inception of the promotion with GH?125,000 as the total rewards disbursed to winners in the five draws.

The final draw of the promotion is expected to reward three lucky customers of the bank, with each winner taking home a whooping GH?50,000, totalling GH?150,000.

All that customers need to do is to participate in the draw with a deposit of GH?500 or multiples of it in their saving or current accounts for a minimum of one month or more to qualify for the grand draw.

The Deputy Managing Director of Fidelity Bank, Mr Julian Kingsley Opuni, said this year, one of the focal areas of the bank would be to simplify banking for the customers through digitization.

This he said, called for the re-launch of the Fidelity mobile Application to make banking transactions easier and to give customers greater value.

Mr Opuni said the bank has partnered with the Medical Credit Fund (MCF),a subsidiary of PharmAccess Group, to introduce an innovative product known as the Fidelity Mediloan, as a way of improving the lives of the Ghanaian populace.

He said the new product would enhance the capacity of Fidelity Bank and MCF to provide funding to healthcare businesses as well as support with technical assistance.

Medical Credit Fund will provide technical assistance to SMEs in the healthcare sector to ensure that healthcare businesses can be supported to grow and deliver quality service to Ghanaians.

Ms Comfort Asante, the New Juaben Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), thanked the bank for the great work they are doing and urged them to strive for greater successes in the coming years.

Source: Ghana News Agency


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