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Dangote Cement Splashes N14m on Lucky Customers

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Dangote Cement says it has credited the bank accounts of 14 new winners with N1 million each in the ongoing Dangote Cement Bag of Goodies Season 2 in Lagos, Owerri and Port Harcourt.
Mr Adeyemi Fajobi, National Sales Director, Dangote Cement said this in a statement made available on Wednesday in Lagos.
Fajobi, according to the statement, said during the presentations in Lagos State that the promotion was the company’s strategy of giving back to the customers of Dangote Cement.
“Dangote remains the best in building of structures. We are urging contractors and other professionals in the building sector to insist on the brand”.
The promo, according to him, is part of the company’s strategy of giving back to its teeming customers for their faithfulness.
Mrs Funmi Sanni, Marketing Director, Dangote Cement, is quoted as saying that Dangote Cement valued its consumers who were the end users of its cement products.
“The importance we attach to consumers informed the concept of bag of goodies promo season two. The promo is to appreciate you, the consumers. After the bag of goodies promo season one, we decided to have season two to continue to reward you, our consumers. As an organisation focused on improving the living standards of the consumers of her products, Dangote Cement has come out with the promo to ameliorate the impact of COVID-19”.
According to the statement, Mr Ayodele Benjamin, one of the star winners in Lagos, described his win as touching.
He is quoted as saying that it was the highest amount of money he had ever received in his life.
He stated that, the prize from Dangote Cement was divine because his wife just gave birth to a baby boy few days ago.
One, of the two star prize winners in Owerri, Imo State, Abua Peter, is quoted as saying that the N1m was handy and would help alleviate the hardship caused by COVID-19 scourge in his business.

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