Ayadi Diyar Homes Villa won by a Bahraini

Bahrain: BMI Bank, a subsidiary of Al Salam Bank – Bahrain, announced that Mohammed Ebrahim Alattar is the fourth Ayadi grand prize winner of a luxurious three-bedroom Diyar Homes Villa. In addition, the savings scheme has also awarded five lucky students – Ahmed Ghuloom Ali, Ali Hussain Ahmed, Ahmed Hussain Almudaweb, Rawan Ismail Alsaad and Kawthar Sayed Maki Husain – with ‘Ayadi for Students’ cash prize of US$ 500 each.

“I recently performed my Hajj pilgrimage and returned from Mecca when I received the news. This has been the most wonderful surprise – at first, I didn’t believe it and thought I was dreaming. But now that it’s actually true, I consider it a gift from God – a great reward to secure my family’s future. I feel truly blessed,” Mohammed Ebrahim Alattar, father of six, said.

“Through our Ayadi savings’ scheme, we are not only committed to the financial well-being of our customers but also work towards securing their family’s future. Our grand prizes, which are luxurious family homes, are an initiative from us to help our customers realise their future goals while enabling them to pursue a comfortable and secure lifestyle with their families,” Eyad Sater, General Manager Support Services, BMI Bank said.

“We would like to encourage our customers to continue to save for their financial future in Ayadi before 26th November for a chance to win the luxurious prize of a three-bedroom villa.”

This year, Ayadi has opened more savings options for its customers with a bigger prize pool of over US$ 1.9 million with incredible opportunities to win 396 prizes. Customers now have a chance to win more unique and exciting prizes with 6 grand prizes in addition to 300 monthly winners, 30 Ramadan prizes and 60 special cash prizes for students, to be given out throughout the year.

To be eligible for the prize draw, customers can open an Ayadi Savings Account at any BMI Bank branch in Bahrain with a minimum deposit of BD 50. The Ayadi Savings scheme draws will be officiated by a representative from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MOIC) along with the internal and external auditors and in accordance with Bahrain Banking and Chamber of Commerce Laws.

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