By Adedapo Adesanya Top financial institution, Fidelity Bank Plc, has said there's another N70 million left to be won by its loyal customers for the fourth season of its Get Alert in Millions (GAIM) promo. Managing Director\/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Fidelity Bank, Mr Nnamdi Okonkwo, while speaking at third monthly draw in Lagos, said, "We would have given out a total of N50 million in cash and 54 consolation prizes to over 93 winners." "We expect more winners to emerge at subsequent draws because the promo is still on and in addition to the N50 million that we will be giving out, we still have N70 million and several consolation prizes yet to be won," he added. At the last draw, 13 lucky customers were made millionaires, alongside other customers who were rewarded with cash prizes worth N16 million in the categories of N2 million and N1 million respectively. Mr Okonkwo, who was represented by the Executive Director, Shared Services and Products, Mrs Chijioke Ugochukwu, noted that it was the bank's 9th promo in 12 years and many prizes have been won by its loyal customers. Shedding light on how people can qualify for the draw, Head, Savings Group, Mrs Janet Nnabuko, stated that both existing and new customers can win by simply topping their account with N10,000 for existing customers or someone opening a new account and building it up to N20,000. She further disclosed that to qualify for the star prize of N3 million customers need to build their account to N50,000 and while aspiring for the grand prize of N10 million, they only have to grow their account to N200,000. The promo saw winners emerge through an electronic raffle draw held at the bank\u2019s Broad Street Branch, Lagos Island and witnessed by the relevant regulatory bodies including the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC), Lagos State Lotteries Board (LSLB) and Consumer Protection Council (CPC). Lucky customers who emerged winners in the draw cut across all regions of the country and they include: Dare Abiodun Emmanuel; Ugwu Philomena Nneka; Chinenye Catherine Olunna; Egberi Agbarha Kelvin; Ivang Stanley Oham; Chinelo Loveth Egbuchunem; Itabiyi Gbolahan Olakunle Hassan and Adejoke Jokotade; Larei Chindo; Chigozie Darlington Emoka; Khadijah Umar; Muazzam Ad Maizare; Isabella Chekwube Uche; Omolade Bamitale Olatawura. Others are Joseph James Abah; Oghenetega Emmanuel Erus; Blessing Chidinma Okafor; Loveline Uche Okonkwo; Nafisat Ali Lawal; Comfort Ita Asuquo; Mohammed Halima Sadiya, amongst others. The bank also gave out 19 consolation prizes in form of fridges, television sets and power generating sets.