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FCMB Reward Customers at First Draws of 30th Anniversary Promo Reloaded

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The second phase of the First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Limited promo, tagged ‘’FCMB 30th Anniversary Promo Reloaded’’, has rewarded the first set of lucky customers across the country at the Regional and Zonal draws held nationwide on Thursday, July 10, 2014.

While 3 customers of the Bank were rewarded with the sum of N1million each at the Regional draws held in Lagos, Abuja and Abia State, a total of 130 others went home withgenerator sets, television, DVDs and other exciting prizes at the Zonal draws held in 26 locations in the country.

At the Lagos/South-West Regional draw which took place at Matori in Lagos State, Olaniyi Ayodele received the reward of N1million, while the North Regional draw held in Abuja awarded Chizoba Asilugwa also with the same amount, and at the South-East/South-South Regional draw held at Aba in Abia State, also today, Peter Ndukwe walked away with N1million as well.

Speaking on the promo, FCMB’s Executive Director, Lagos & South-west, Mr. Femi Bakre, stated that the event was in fulfillment of the promise made by the Bank at the commencement of the second phase of the promo, which started in May 2014 and will run till September 2014.

He informed customers of the Bank and other dignitaries that witnessed the event that the promo is aimed at encouraging savings and financial inclusion through rewards and prizes giving. ‘’The first draw of the FCMB 30th Anniversary Promo Reloaded marks the beginning of another exciting and rewarding experience for our customers nationwide’’, Mr. Bakre stated.

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He added that, ‘’our customers are the reason why FCMB exists and as a Bank that is committed to satisfying our customer’s needs,  this promo is the Bank’s way of demonstrating how much we appreciate our customers by providing them an opportunity to win additional prizes and gifts “.

While congratulating the winners, Mr. Bakre assured that, ‘’customers of FCMB, will continue to enjoy excellent services. We urge you to participate actively in this promo as it is meant to enrich the lives of our customers’’.
To participate in the Promo and draws, all an FCMB existing or potential customer needs to do is to Save N10,000 in any savings account of his or her choice for 30 days to qualify for the monthly draw of winners where the star prize of N1million and other fantastic prizes will be won.  Multiple savings of N10,000 will increase chances of qualifying for the zonal draws.  To qualify for the grand finale draws in October, where the star prizes of three Hyundai SUVs will be driven home by three customers of the Bank at the Regional draws, customers are to save N10,000 monthly incremental over five months or have an incremental average balance of N50,000 in September, 2014.

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The FCMB 30th Anniversary promo is targeted at all segments of the society and age groups. These include professionals, market men and women, artisans, students, workers, children, among others who have adopted and are enjoying the benefits of our banking product and services such as,  Nairawise Savings Account, Classic Current and Savings Account, Premium Current and Savings Account; Kids Account and FlashMeCash. These products are tailored to meet the needs and support the lifestyle of the customers of the Bank. The promo has brought about increased customer engagement following the simplified ways of participation and the level of transparency that characterised the first phase.

First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Limited is a member of FCMB Group Plc, which is one of the leading financial services institutions in Nigeria with subsidiaries that are market leaders in their respective segments. Having successfully transformed to a retail and commercial banking-led group, FCMB expects to continue to distinguish itself by delivering exceptional services, while enhancing the growth and achievement of personal and business aspirations of its customers.

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Heritage Bank boosts economic growth, empowers young entrepreneurs

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L-R: Dike Dimiri - Executive Director, Lagos & South West Region, Heritage Bank; Boladele Dipo-Thomas, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Wealth Creation and Employment, Lagos State; Mide Akinlaja, Executive Producer, Next Titan and Afolashade Alonge, Divisional Head, Corporate and Specialized Banking, during the selection of 16 contenders for the Season-6 of the entrepreneurial reality TV show lead sponsored by Heritage Bank Plc in Lagos, recently

As part of drive to contribute to the growth of economic drive, Heritage Bank Plc has continued to support The Next Titan Season-six; in ensuring that the entrepreneurial targets of the Nigerian youths are attained.

The Next Titan entrepreneurial reality TV show sponsored annually by the Heritage Bank Plc has unveiled the top 16 contenders for the season-6 of the competition.

The 16 lucky candidates were selected from among 50 contestants who made it to the Bootcamp after the auditions that saw thousands of Nigerian young entrepreneurs jostle for selection at the audition centres in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Enugu and Abuja.

The contest is out for the N7 million cash prize staked for grab by the chief sponsor, Heritage Bank, and a brand new Ford car donated by Coscharis Ford Motors.

The cash prize has been increased to N7million from N5million in the last five seasons.

Having emerged top 16 contenders, the entrepreneurs will proceed to the Next Titan House where they will be involved in a-10 week entrepreneurial and social service tasks including trainings and mentorship under the guidance and supervision of astute business leaders who serve as judges.

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Speaking at the Premiere Night in Lagos on Sunday, where the top 16 were unveiled, the Regional Executive, Lagos and South West, Heritage Bank, Dimiri Dike, said the programme was one of the ways the bank drives social and economic change as a responsible corporate citizen.

Dike said: “On the economic level, you know that entrepreneurship drives employment, it drives social change, so we are really doing it for both social and economic change. And also, time it was in the past when a lot of people entered entrepreneurship without proper training. This platform, the Next Titan, offers you a very good beginning.

“Some of the advantages and benefits that entrepreneurs in the past never had are what these ones are enjoying. So this is an opportunity for them to be schooled and at least stand the fighting chance from the perspective of knowledge and experience of those that had gone before them to succeed”.

Advising the top 16 contenders, Dike said: “First, be yourself, you have to be humble. The fact that you made it to the top 16 doesn’t mean you are better than those who didn’t get here.  It could have been just one thing or another.  So, if you now go and be thinking that you have now arrived, that lack of humility could be your undoing.

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“And more importantly, enjoy the experience because even after you have won; it is the memories of your journey to victory that will keep you going, long after you have become a successful entrepreneur”.

Giving insights into some changes in the programme, the Executive Producer, Next Titan, Mide-Kunle Akinlaja, said: “One, the prize has changed from N5million to N7million. Then two,  we are improving in all areas, content-wise, trying to make the show more entertaining and at the same time not allowing the entertainment to water down the essence of the show, which is entrepreneurship. So, generally, we keep improving”.

The winner of the show will be announced in December at the Grand Finale in Lagos.

 

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Sagamites Club Announce Business Support Initiative  

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A private socio-economic club in Ogun-state, known as The Sagamites Club, has announced the launch of its annual leadership conference and business support initiative for local businesses in and around, Sagamu, Remo, Ogun state.

This prestigious club made up of business executives from across various sectors of the economy have taken it upon themselves to enrich their community and commercially empower its citizens.

 

At the press conference announcing this initiative yesterday were Seni Adetu, President of the Club, supported by Col. Duro Oyebanjo (rtd), Engineer Funbi Dawodu, Mr. Dimeji Oresanya and Prince Timothy Oke-owo, among other members. Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Adetu mentioned that the main empowerment conference will hold on Sunday 27th October and will involve mentorship sessions for youth in the environment. Notable among business leaders in the private and public sectors that have been invited to share their career experiences at the event are Prof. Toyin Ogundipe, Vice Chancellor University of Lagos, Mr. Tokunbo Talabi, Secretary to the government of Ogun State, Mr. Segun Ogunsanya Managing Director/CEO, Airtel Nigeria Plc and Mr. Fatai Folarin CEO Deloitte Nigeria & West Africa.

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Furthermore, Mr. Adetu disclosed that on the 27th October, the club would announce the award of its business support funds to 10 most qualified would-be-entrepreneurs, who will be selected based on merit and business proposition.

Mr. Adetu said “it is a privilege to support the less-privileged; we are inspired by the fact that we are positioned to be of help in changing the narrative of our community youth, from the lamentation of unemployment and perceived laziness, 419ners and drugs-consuming youth, to that of powerfully and gainfully employed young adults”.

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It will be recalled that the Sagamites club was founded in 1972 and has since then been a major force for good in the Remo community and indeed Ogun State.

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Nigerians To Suffer Connectivity Challenges As Airtel Set To Disconnect Glomobile From Networks

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Glomobile subscribers will not be able to connect with their Airtel counterpart after a 10-day ultimatum.

This is according to information by the Airtel Networks Limited (Airtel).

However, during the period they will be able to recieve calls from the network.

Airtel took this decision having been granted permission for a partial disconnection of Glomobile by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), as a result of non-settlement of interconnect charges.

According to reliable information avilable to www.theoctopusnews.com, Glomobile was notified of the intending plan to disconnect without any positive action.

A telecom industry sources who spoke with us on condition of annonimity said Glomobile appear not to care about its connectivity with Airtel Networks Limited and Airtel subscribers, as they have not done anything positive about the situation.

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“They were notified of the application by Airtel and were given the opportunity to comment and state their case. The commission having examined the application and circumstances surrounding the indebtedness determined that the affected operator does not have sufficient reason for non-payment of interconnect charges,” the source said.

A notice by Airtel to Glomobile subscribers read:

All subscribers are therefore requested to TAKE NOTICE that:

  1. The Commission has approved the Partial Disconnection of Glomobile by Airtel in accordance with Section 100 of the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and the Guidelines on Procedure for Granting Approval to Disconnect Telecommunications Operators.
  2. At the expiration of 10 days from the date of this notice, subscribers on the network of Glomobile will no longer be able to make calls to Airtel, but will be able to RECEIVE CALLS.
  3. The Partial Disconnection however, will allow in-bound calls to the Glomobile network.
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“Please note that this disconnection will subsist until otherwise determined by the Commission,” the notice read.

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