The brewing company, incorporated in 1946, is the country’s largest.
“Nigerian Breweries Plc 75th anniversary celebration! Through the questionnaire, you will have a chance to get N100,000,” the message reads.
The message includes a link to a website where people can, it claims, enter the competition.
But is the offer for real?
“Please note that this is a SCAM and not from Nigerian Breweries Plc,” the notice reads. “Members of the public are advised not to participate and kindly disregard. We are not currently running any online questionnaire or promotion for our anniversary, whether online or otherwise.”
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