January & February Scholarship Winners




We gave out information earlier in the year that we would be giving out N 150,000 to 6 GTCrea8 account holders monthly this year, we have our winners for January and February and winners for March and April would be announced as soon as they receive their scholarships.

In January we had;

  1. Ayegbusi Omobolanle – University of Lagos
  2. Omole Temitope – University of Abuja
  3. Okon Udoyen – Federal Polytechnic Owerri
  4. Ogungbayi Oluwafemi – University of Ilorin
  5. Nabage Adam – Bayero University Kano
  6. Ochai John – University of Jos


While in February we had;

  1. Nkenchor Anthony – Ambrose Alli University
  2. Ssani Comfort – University of Abuja
  3. Okafor Precious – Nnamdi Azikiwe University
  4. Adeniyi Dorcas – Lagos State University
  5. Saidu Nuhu – American University of Nigeria, Yola
  6. Tanko Farida – Ahmadu Bello University


This promotion is still open so if you’re currently a student of any tertiary institution in Nigeria and you run a GTCrea8 eSavers account, you could win a ₦150,000 scholarship in May. How do you win? It’s pretty straightforward, just read the terms below carefully.


1. You must have a GTCrea8 eSavers account. If you don’t, open one right now here.

2.Maintain an average balance of ₦5,000 in your GTCrea8 e-Savers account each month. Or download the GTBank Mobile Banking app for iOS, Android or Windows Phone. Or use Internet Banking, 737, Mobile Banking or a POS for at least three transactions every month.

Discuss this offer

5 Responses to “January & February Scholarship Winners”

  1. August 02, 2016 at 10:37 pm, ibrahim said:

    Nice one from gtbank at least by this means student can afford all there expenses.


  2. August 03, 2016 at 8:29 am, Adekunle Mariam said:

    I have an account with you


  3. August 03, 2016 at 9:06 am, princess Eunice okeke said:

    i am in lagos state now. i need it. Gtb account number: 0171174512


  4. August 03, 2016 at 9:08 am, princess Eunice okeke said:

    it will be publish


  5. August 18, 2016 at 12:11 pm, Olorunleke Opeyemi said:

    I thought it was a scam


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