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Flour Mills rewards Semovita promo winners with Kia Sportage, Picanto

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It was mixture of shock and jubilation for Ozioma Eronini, a 27-year-old accountant who resides at Festac Town, Lagos, as Paul Gbededo, group managing director of Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc presented her with the key of the grand prize of a brand new Kia Sportage as the winner of ‘Golden Penny Semovita Open & Win Promo’ at its Lagos head office in Apapa, Wednesday.

Also present to receive their prizes were Evans Nnamdi, a 32-year-old mason and bakery operator and a resident of Festac, Lagos, who won the second grand prize of a Kia Picanto, as well as Abdullateef Adebayo, an Ibadan- based businessman who went home with the third prize of a 10KVA generator.

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Speaking briefly before the presentation, Gbededo stated that Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc congratulated the winners, adding that the company’s year-on-year growth in its 54-year history has been due to the loyalty of its customers and consumers. He said further: “Flour Mills Nigeria Plc continually seeks for way of rewarding her loyal customers through consumer and trade promotions in recognition of their loyalty throughout the years and for choosing from the FMN basket of nourishing brands.

“As the home of good food and in keeping with our vision of being the number one food company in Africa, this business is expanding and restructuring to further consolidate her market leadership.” Speaking after she received the grand prize, Eronini, who revealed joy- fully that it was her first car, added that she was still in shock even after receiving the car keys and the documents of the car. She said: “I’m still in shock and also very happy. I intend to perfect my driving and enjoy my ride. I wanted to see it before I could believe it. I just couldn’t tell any member of my family; I’m still shaking and still in shock but very happy.”

On his part, Nnamdi, the winner of the Kia Picanto, like Eronini, said the car was his first and that he was yet to learn how to drive. He added that he was thankful to God who he said made the winning possible for him as his wife and him had embarked on a nine-day fast to seek God’s intervention