-over Le500M dish out to ‘Ramadan Show’ winners
July 3, 2017 By Ibrahim Tarawallie
The leading telecommunications company in the country, Africell Mobile Company, continues to transform the lives of Sierra Leoneans, especially its valued subscribers, through innovative promotions over the years.
Apart from its value added and quality services and rich corporate social responsibility, the company has been in the forefront in launching promotions that meet the needs of subscribers, especially during the festive season and Ramadan period.
As always, during the just concluded holy month of Ramadan, the company unveiling a promotion which provided subscribers the opportunity to win millions of leones, as well as other attractive prizes.
A total of three hundred and seventy-one (371) lucky subscribers won cash, as well as freezers, televisions, generators, Itel 3G++ phones, gigabytes of data and minutes of talk time, amounting to Le 542,176,000.
Africell Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Joe Abass Bangura, stated that the Ramadan show had a unique feature, in that it allow subscribers to potentially win two prizes at each point; one at the moon and Guess Prizes segments.
He was speaking last Friday (June 30,2017) during the presentation of prizes to winners at the company’s headquarters on 1 Pivot Lane, Wilberforce.
“The promotion, in the true Africell style, provided our subscribers with the opportunity to observe the month of Ramadan, play fun games and win great prizes in the process,” he said.
He assured of the company’s commitment to continue protecting their proud tradition of always introducing unrivalled promotions and also at the cutting edge of providing Sierra Leoneans with the best quality service, along with the most affordable tariffs in the industry.
Also, Chief Administrative and Human Resource Director, Abdul Aziz Gabisi said: “We are proud that in this year’s Ramadan show, we brought to you innovative attractions not only in the show but in the switching on of a symbolic Ramadan crescent moon. We are sure you enjoyed and benefited from it all.”
Among the prominent winners were Samuel Wise Bangura of the Africa Young Voices television and Sajor Conteh from Wellington who won ten million leones each, while Vincen Jormoi Massaquoi, Umaru Charles Kamara and Chernor Abdulai Barrie took home fifty million Leones each.