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Luxury is often associated with the very rich and wealthy; after all, the finest things in life must be paid for. While the specifics of what makes up an affluent living vary on a personal level, most people would describe it as enjoying premium goods and services, all of which do come at a cost.

For many average affluent individuals, a life of luxury remains a dream. However, for as low as N5,999 per month, Access Bank will help you live this dream with the unique XclusivePlusservice – a package that gives you a luxurious life on a not-so-luxury budget.

XclusivePlus is a premium service that is available to any customer of the bank that appreciates preferential treatment. It is a subscription-based service that costs you N5,999 a month in exchange for unique services that suit your lifestyle needs.
According to Adaeze Ume, Head, Consumer Proposition, Access Bank Plc, The introduction of Xclusiveplus followed a survey conducted among the bank’s customers, which revealed a rise in customers’ expenditure on luxury travel, luxury experiences and luxury products.
“It is a premium lifestyle offering specifically designed to provide customers with the exceptional service and exclusive privileges that they deserve. It was launched in October 2018 and today has thousands of subscribers who understand the value of the proposition.
It takes less than 2minutes to subscribe to XclusivePlus with only N5, 999. One can also choose to make an upfront payment for one year and get a 20% discount to enjoy a bouquet of benefits such as: Free upgrade to a Visa Signature debit card – a debit card with access to local and international spend, Travel in style with free access to over 800 premium airport lounges globally, Free medical emergency cover for you and your loved ones anytime you travel, Free movie and premium event tickets; shows, concerts, exhibitions and more, Network with Industry leaders at our various seminars and conferences, Experience VIP treatment and best rates at over 900 luxury hotels worldwide, 24- hour global concierge service,” She said.
To register and see more benefits of this exceptional exclusive package tailored to suite your lifestyle this summer, please click HERE.

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Skit Maker “Cute Abiola” Shares First Pictures in office as Special Assistant To Kwara State Governor

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Abiola is a former Naval Officer who has resigned to concentrate on his comic business. The skit maker/ honorable, took to his instagram earlier to announce his resignation from the Nigerian Navy.

 

“Nigerian Navy has become my roadmap to a sustainable career path. I was overwhelmed with regards to the approval of my exit from the Navy by the Chief of Naval Staff so as for me to have enough time to pursue my dreams. Thank you Nigerian Navy. ONWARD TOGETHER!!!”—he wrote.

 

He later announced his appointment as Special Assistant on Creative Industries to Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq.

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Nwoko Attacks Wike Again – Asks Him To Account For Rivers Money

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A few days after calling for the expulsion of Rivers state governor, Nyesom Wike from the PDP,

former Delta Lawmaker and billionaire businessman, Ned Nwoko has accused the fiery governor of squandering the Paris Club refund that accrued to the state and local government areas for self-gratification.

 

Mr Nwoko, who is the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) senatorial candidate for Delta North, stated this in a statement on Tuesday.

 

Mr Nwoko has been engaging the Rivers governor whom he accused of instigating the crisis in the PDP for selfish reasons after failing to win the presidential primary of the party and also failing to secure a slot as a running mate to Atiku Abubakar, the PDP presidential candidate.

 

Mr Nwoko had earlier described Mr Wike as a “nuisance” and called for the expulsion of the governor from the party.

 

Mr Nwoko described Mr Wike as a “failed obscure lawyer,”. He challenged the governor to disclose his source of livelihood outside political office which, according to him, Mr Wike “obtained through rascality and dubious tactics.”

 

“The Rivers state governor squandered the Paris club refund, which accrued to the state, diverted the entitlements that ought to have been paid the local governments, for self gratification. How did he utilise the money? He mismanaged it.

 

“Instead, Wike is gallivanting around the world wasting Rivers State’s money, chasing shadows and in the process 25 innocent kids died in the state hospital because of lack of electricity in the hospital. In a civilised society, Wike should have resigned. Indeed he would be prosecuted for the deaths of these innocent kids. This is unpardonable criminal negligence, yet a power-hungry governor like Wike is busy looking for another political office to continue pillaging public resources while his people suffer.”

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