Kwara State University student wins GTCrea8 Mini Cooper

Hassan Jamiu Olawale, a model and student of Kwara State University, has emerged winner of the 3rd Season of the GTCrea8 Mini Cooper giveaway special.

He became the proud owner of a brand new Mini Cooper car at the events draw held recently at the GTBank head office in Lagos.

Before Olawale, two lucky GTCrea8 customers were rewarded with a brand new mini cooper car.

In 2013, Shalom Wigwe Elisha – a 2nd year student of medicine at the University of Lagos became the very first recipient of the prestigious car. Maryam Adebiyi – a student of Lagos state Polytechnic was the next to win the car in 2014.

The aim of the Mini Cooper giveaway is to appreciate and encourage GTcrea8 eSavers account holders in Nigeria and Diaspora. The initiative also seeks to inspire young people to cultivate the habit of saving.

Millions of undergraduates from across Nigeria took part in the annual campus activation last year.

An elated Olawale revealed: “I come from a family of four and currently a student at Kwara State University, department of Banking and Finance. I am a model (MR. KWARA INT’L CHARISMATIC 2015).

“I do not have much hobbies but I pride myself at solving problems around me especially business related puzzles. One of my recent business solutions is ICHOPPY a feeding app for students.  The other is called SALUBATA a model invention of the past.

“I heard about gtcrea8 from sources that include newspapers, online browsing and most     especially   there was a time I had issues with buying goods online. These made me go to my bank (GTBank) to enlighten me more about Internet transactions.

“The GTCrea8 account has come in very handy in many and different forms. Fashion and style has been my tool to get people to listen to what I have to say when it comes to my ideas and business motives. Since most of my shopping is done online the GTcrea8 account has made it very easy and fast indeed, therefore creating a seamless experience for me every time I shop, it usefulness can therefore not be overemphasized.”