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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Glo win & rule lifts Francis out of poverty

The multimillion Naira promo being organised by the Second National Operator (SNO) Globacom, known as win and rule, has given a school dropout, Mr. Matthew Francis, a boost in life as he smiled home with 2007 brand new BMW 318i.

Mr. Francis who emerged as one of the first 10 winners of the promo which began last December, with the promise of dishing out five hundred luxury cars to winners over a six month period, said the prize was unbelievably factual.

“It is too good to be true” Francis declared, noting that he had dropped out of school in 1994, and described his fortune as the “handiwork of God.”

According to him, he dropped out of university in 1994, at 200 levels, when he could no longer afford his school fees.

The applied chemistry student had left to pick a job hoping to save enough to return to his studies. But he had not been able to realise his dream since then before he got a surprise call from a Globacom official intimating him that his number had emerged in the first batch of the draw held in Lagos.

After confirming the news on television, that evening, Francis explained that he has moved from indigence to join the league of the wealthy, saying that his prize is the sign of great day ahead.

Champion Infotel recalled that at the draw held at the Mike Adenuga Towers (MAT) in Victoria Island, one subscriber also won a Mercedes Benz S-350 saloon car as the star prize, another was picked for a BMW 318i, one winner was drawn for a Nissan Sunny saloon car, while three winners are to receive Peugeot 307. Four other subscribers equally emerged winners of Kia Rio saloon cars.

The winners who responded to calls from the venue of the draw were from Gombe, Port Harcourt, Osogbo, Lagos, and Onitsha.

Mrs. Sidikat Oladapo Ola from Mushin, Lagos and Mrs Akintunde from Oshogbo won two of the Kia Rio cars, whereas Mrs. Adeola Ademola, a business woman, who earlier would not disclose her identity when called by officials, until she watched the event on television, was the winner of the Mercedes Benz S350.

Mr. Bamidele from Oshogbo and Mr. Fatai from Kano emerged winners of Peugeot 307 cars.

The draws were conducted by eminent Nigerians including the Ex deputy Governor of Ogun, Alhaji Gbenga Kaka; President of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria, Chief Silva Emeokpere and Executive Director, Afribank, Mr. Isa Zailani.

The process was endorsed by a renowned Chattered Accounting firm, Akintola Williams Deloitte.

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2 comments:

Oracle said...

Thatz a very big Miracle for Francis.
I hope he climbs to greater heights.

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