Monday, April 4, 2022

Olu of Warri doles out POS Machines for business growth in Delta

 

Olu of Warri doles out POS Machines for business growth  in Delta 

 

         The Olu of Warri Kingdom, Ogiame Atuwatse III with Olori Atuwatse III 



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Olu of Warri doles out POS Machines for business growth in Delta 



His Majesty, Ogiame Atuwatse III, the Olu of Warri alongside his Olori have given free Point of Sale (POS) Machines to small scale business owners in Warri Kingdom irrespective of tribal affiliation.

 

The empowerment Programme which was done in collaboration with Stanbic IBTC, where over 1000 POS Machines were distributed to beneficiaries comprising of men, women, widows and youths took place on Monday April 4, 2022 at Olu’s Palace field, Warri.

 

The Olu of Warri, Olori Atuwatse III & the Iyatsere of Warri Kingdom, Chief Johnson Amatserunleghe flanked by representatives of Stanbic IBTC



In his brief speech, the Olu of Warri prayed and appreciated the beneficiaries for their self determination in providing for themselves, just as he assured the people of better days to come.

 

The Olu of Warri who spoke from his heart stated further that “If I have millions of dollars, I will make sure that I give them all to you. What I have I give it all to you today. This empowerment items you will receive today, God will give you wisdom to use them; you will see the prosperity that it will bring into your lives.”

 

 

Earlier in his speech, the Regional Agent, Network Manager, South Region of Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC, Mr. Perebor Awoju, appreciated the Olu of Warri and his Olori for the opportunity to be a part of their vision to create value and impact lives of the people of Warri Kingdom.

 

Olori Atuwatse III presenting POS Machine to one of the beneficiaries as Ogiame Atuwatse III looks on


“We are committed to driving Africas’s growth and one of the ways we do this is by meeting the lifestyle needs of the unbanked and the underbanked population while empowering businesses in our communities to provide digital financial services. This in turn promotes financial inclusion, and financial literacy and drives sustainable development. 

 

"Beneficiaries of the initiative are privilege to benefit from the means in which Stanbic IBTC expresses her passion and commitment to broadening opportunities and access to financial services for every Nigerian and African irrespective of  culture and location as our methodology and practices are not just the sales of products, rather, a process of identifying needs and providing the best solution possible," Mr. Perebor said.

 

          Cross section of prominent Chiefs in Warri Kingdom 



One of the beneficiaries of the Programme, Duakpemi Utieyinmi, who was overjoyed said that "I am excited and grateful; I hope to improve and expand my business with these accessories."

 

       One of the beneficiaries happily displaying her POS Machine 



Speaking in the same spirit of enthusiasm,  Ogiden Tuoyoa beneficiary said: "I am grateful, I have been searching for this opportunity, and God has used the Olu of Warri to bless me."

 

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