Toufik (left) receiving his prize from Madam Rosy Fynn
Airtel Ghana on Friday presented GH¢10,000 each to two weekly winners and GH¢25,000 to the first monthly winner in its ongoing “Wo Mmere Nie” promotion in Takoradi.
The Airtel ‘Wo Mmere Nie’ promo is the telecommunication industry’s biggest and most rewarding recharge promotion that empowers customers to pursue their dreams this year.
The promotion is opened to all Airtel prepaid customers.
The customers receive points whenever they recharge with GH¢2.00 and above.
Customers with the highest accumulated points at the end of every day, week and month are rewarded.
Prizes such as talk time, data bundles and smartphones are given to daily winners. Cash prizes of GH¢10,000 and GH¢25,000 are also go to weekly and monthly winners respectively.
Two customers, Mustapha Toufik, an Accra-based transport worker and Ibrahim Jackson, a student of the University of Professional Studies in Accra, who had the highest accumulated points for the 3rd and 5th week, took home GH¢10,000 each.
Mustapha Toufik also took home monthly prize money of GH¢25,000 for accumulating the highest points at the end of the fourth week.
Making the presentation to the winners, Rosy Fynn, Marketing Director of Airtel Ghana remarked that “we are five weeks into Ghana’s biggest recharge promotion and we decided to bring the excitement to our cherished customers in Takoradi.
“As a business, our commitment to enrich the lives of our customers drives us to develop telecommunication and lifestyle solutions to meet their current and future needs.
“We recognize that our customers are ambitious, they have big dreams and aspire for the good things in life so we launched this promotion to reward and give them the opportunity to actualize their aspirations this year,” he added.
She urged all Airtel customers to take advantage of the ‘Wo Mmere Nie’ promotion to get the chance to live their dream, adding that “this promotion is for you.”
Speaking to DAILY GUIDE, Ibrahim Jackson pointed out that he intends to start a business after school with the prize money as part of his long-term dream of running his own business.
On his part, Mustapha Toufik indicated that he would use the money to expand his transport business while keeping an eye on the grand prize of GH¢150,000.
From Emmanuel Opoku, Takoradi