D’banj Randomly Gives five Young Nigerians N1m Each As development Fund

D'banj vowed to help the businesses and passions of the fans
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D'banj has given five random young Nigerians a total of N5 million to help them grow their careers.

The money came from the CREAM Platform, which he created with the help of Heritage Bank.

On Friday, Damilola Adeyemi, a CREAM Platform beneficiary, hosted an event that began with a video session.

The Kokomaster, as the singer is affectionately known, was in attendance, as was Tonto Dikeh, a Nollywood actress.

According to Damian Okoroafor, CEO of the CREAM Platform, five other fans of the singer received N200,000 each after an electronic number selection, taking the total amount given to N6 million.

D'banj vowed to help the businesses and passions of the fans who won both monetary prizes, according to Okoroafor.

According to the CEO, fans can participate in the giveaways by dialing *745*463# from any network or visiting www.creamplatform.com to qualify for a chance to win in the next edition, which will take place on April 30.

“CREAM Platform, Nigeria’s premiere creative reward platform, officially kicked off its partnership with Heritage Bank’s YNSPYRE Initiative with the commencement of the CREAM Monthly draws on March 26, 2021,” he said.

“It rewarded subscribers who dialed the *745*463# code with lots of cash and other prizes. Testimonials from previous CREAM beneficiaries were on display for all to see before the major events of the night happened.

“The day rounded off with three selected winners from CREAM Platform with HANZY, a music artiste winning the Cream Top 10 category, while BERRI TIGA got the winning nod based on Merit.

“CLARA ADEN, a visual artist was picked based on Innovation.”

George Oko-Oboh, regional executive, Heritage Bank Plc, Abuja and North; Isaiah Ediae, an executive at Heritage Bank; and Seyi Akinrinmade, the general manager of CREAM Platform, were among those who attended the gathering.