Fish Farmer wins N100K in Ongoing Astymin Promo

Fish Farmer wins N100K in Ongoing Astymin Promo

Mr Oladipo Ojeyinka, a Fish Farmer, has emerged March Star Winner in the ongoing Astymin Get Alert Promo, after his number was randomly selected amongst all participating entries for the month of March.

Oladipo, who thrives on fish, livestock and beehive farming to feed his family, was visibly elated at the news of his emergence as the winner and could hardly hold back his unending accolades for the Astymin brand.astymin_get_alert_march_star_winner

He became the second Star-Winner in the promo, which had earlier produced a Microfinance Banker, Mr Michael Irabor as the first Star-Winner for the month of February.

Recounting his experience while participating in the promo, Oladipo admitted that he had to pray for God’s favour before sending the entry code because he frantically needed the expected cash reward in order to take care of some urgent family demands.

“When I wanted to send the entry code, I prayed and told God that if this Promo is true, He should please let me be the winner because I really needed the money to pay for my children’s schools fees. Business has not really been too smooth this period because of the situation of the country and it’s about that time I pay their school fees. So the money came at the very right time”, he said.

He also expressed gratitude to Astymin for the cash reward, saying the brand has delivered beyond expectations, on his family’s health and well-being. “In fact, this is a double blessing for my family because, while we are still enjoying the benefits of the product on our health, the company decided to put smiles on our faces with this N100, 000. I am so grateful to Astymin for this reward”, he expressed.

The Astymin Get Alert Promo which is billed to run till December 2016, has rewarded over 730 daily winners since inception in February and will continue to reward more Nigerians for their loyalty and support, in celebration of fifteen years of the brand’s existence in Nigeria.

General Manager, Marketing, Mr Ola Ijimakin had earlier said during the launch of the campaign that part of the brand’s promises is to touch the lives of Nigerians and put smiles on their faces, through the delivery of quality product for good health.

This the brand has been committed to achieving in the last fifteen years.
He, therefore, encouraged Nigerians to prioritize their health and ensure they lead a healthy lifestyle every day. He said Astymin is committed to supporting healthy living amongst Nigerians, as the health of the people is the health of the nation.

Interested participants are to simply buy Astymin from any nearby pharmacy, check the pack for the promo seal, scratch and send entry number to the short code – 1393. Instant SMS reply will confirm the entry with further instructions. Draws will be done daily and ten winners will be selected by the system. The prize reward will be sent to the winners either through online transfer or hand collection at the Fidson Head office. Winners’ list will be published on the ASTYMIN website’s landing page, social networks.

The Astymin Get Alert Campaign is one of the ways the brand is inspiring Nigerians to be physically and mentally alert every day. This is also in line with Fidson Healthcare Plc.’s commitment to adding value to human lives as expressed in its corporate slogan “…we value life.”



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