Winner of the star prize of Hyundai Accent car in Globacom’s customer-reward offer, Everyday Bonanza, Tanini Shishi has promised to port all his family members to the Glo network.
Shishi, a forty-four-year-old native of Taraba State who was presented with a brand new car at the first prize presentation ceremony held in Lagos recently, promised to promote the Glo brand throughout Nigeria.
"I will change all my family members to Glo. I will advertise the car all over the country. In Olodi Apapa, Lagos, where I live and even in my state Taraba, I will advertise Glo. You are the best”, he stated.
He called on Nigerians who are not on Glo network to switch over immediately to enjoy a unique experience, adding that “Glo truly rewards”.
The father of three who joined the Glo network in 2003 said he thought it was a scam when he got a call from Globacom, adding that he would continue to be grateful to the company for making him a car owner.
In the same vein, a forty-year-old Estate Surveyor, Mr. Agbaje Bolaji Jamiu, who won a microwave stated that, "As a rule, I do not play lotteries, so I was pleasantly surprised when informed that I won. I recharge a lot because of my real estate job. I am happy for the recognition. I feel fulfilled for winning the microwave”.
Also, a Federal Civil Servant, Mrs. Anyebe Roseline, won a brand new generator. Speaking immediately after she was presented with her prize, she said, "I am very happy. I am short of words. I never expected I was going to win. I just do not know how to express my joy. I promise to remain a Glo subscriber for life. From today, I will also get Glo cards for all my friends and family members”.
Napolean Adu Atcho, a forty-year-old employee of Flour Mills also won a generator in the promo. According to him, "This is the biggest gift I have ever won in life. The gift I had won before was a recharge card! I am encouraged, I am so, so happy!
More winners will receive prizes in the coming days as Globacom gets set for more prize presentation ceremonies in other parts of the country.