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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Five jumbo winners receive prizes @ Benin

Remmy Nweke

Five out of the six lucky winners of brand new Kia Picanto cars won in the on-going Glo Jumbo offer promo of 180 cars in 180 held penultimate week in Benin, have received their prizes at a colourful ceremony.

They included Mrs. Benedicta Teuch, Mrs. Mercy Francis, Mr. Godspower Onoyake, Mr. Nnamadi Ukpaka and Mr. Daniel Daje.

Responding after receiving her prizes, Mrs. Benedicta Teuch, said that the event was “unprecedented, unimaginable and unbelievable favour,” expressing happiness and appreciation to God and Globacom.

For Mrs. Mercy Francis, who also came with some of her relations to receive the brand new Kia Picanto car, said that when she was first informed, “I almost fainted because I did not believe it was real, but now I believe it is real and I thank God for Glo. I feel very happy and very proud.”
Mr. Nnamadi Ukpaka, a Benin–based petty trader said that winning the car prize of Kia Picanto was like winning a visa to the United State (US).

According to him, “when I was informed that I won a brand new car, I feel like someone that has traveled to America. At first I thought it was 419 but now I know it is real. It is not 419.”

Another lucky winner of the Kia Picanto car, Mr. Gabriel Daje said that his joy would have known no bounds but for the fact that his wife was lying incapacitated by an accident.

Besides the lucky winners of the Kia Picanto cars, four out of the seven winners of 5KVA generators were physically present to take possession of their prizes.

Mr. Amama Isaac said that he found it difficult to believe that he was a lucky winner of the generator, while Mrs. Risikat Olusesan Adenokun who travelled from Ijebu Ode to collect her prize in company of other relatives said her wish for Globacom was for “Glo to Glo higher, higher and higher.”

Idris Hassan who also won a generator, recalled that when he was initially informed of his winning, he thought it was a scam.

Fifty other subscribers also won N25,000 each at the Benin draw of the Glo N.5billion Jumbo offer promo.

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