Olumide Olatunji (right) presenting the dummy cheque for GH¢50,000 to Manuel Boadu Yeboah (back to camera) and his parents
ACCESS BANK (Ghana) Plc has presented cash and other consolation prizes, to top seven finalists of its Prefect Start Promo.
The first four contestants got their share of the coveted GH¢ 100,000 cash prize.
The perfect start promo was the first-ever digital promo of the bank, targeted at children. It was aimed at protecting the dreams of children when the coronavirus struck and brought the various facets of life to a virtual halt including children’s education.
Children were engaged in fun activities such as Quizzy Sunday and Access Got Talent competition.
Managing Director of Access Bank (Ghana) Plc, Olumide Olatunji, congratulated the winners for making it to the final stage and emerging as winners.
Over 10,000 children participated in the Perfect Start promo since its inception in September 2020.
Four hundred and seventy (470) unique children have been rewarded over the course of the promo through their engagements in the fun and rewarding activities.
“Today, we celebrate and present the promised reward to our top 4 mega prize winners with their share of the over GH¢100,000 in prize money as well as reward children who displayed their exceptional talents in the Access Got Talent Competition. I encourage you parents to keep up the good habit of saving,” the CEO said.
Group Head of Retail Banking for Access Bank (Ghana) Plc, Yvonne Antonio, also stressed the need for parents to continue the habit of saving for their children in order to inspire other parents.
“I encourage you parents not to renege in the good work you have started, but to keep saving for the future of these bright stars. I hope you will be ambassadors of Access Bank, encouraging other parents to save for their children,” she noted.
One year old Manuel Boadu Yeboah, winner, received a cash prize of GH¢50,000; while Shadrach Dakurah, first runner-up received GH¢20,000 and Jason Kwame Boah, second runner-up, received GH¢10,000.
Winners for Access Got Talent also received consolation prizes. Nhiraba Hagan won a bicycle, followed by Genel Aba Amaning who won a tablet and Nana Kwame who got a PS5 game player.
Awurabena Fosuah Somuah Boateng won a cash prize of GH¢20,000.
Access Bank mentioned it remained committed to its promise of providing more than banking to its valued customers.