Subscribers who wish to win select flats in the Glo Festival of Joy competition must recharge N100,000 in a month in order to qualify, while those who like to be drawn for the Business Class return tickets must recharge N50,000 in a month.
Arinze Ezeani from the National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC), Hon. Bayo Balogun, Member of the House of Representatives from Ibeju Lekki, and Engr. Abdulai Sesan Olowa, Chairman of Ibeju Local Government, witnessed the presentation of the flight tickets to the new group of winners on Friday in Lagos.
The House of Representatives’ Public Accounts Committee Chairman, Honorable Bamidele Salam, attended the ceremony in Abuja, and Dr., the Delta State Commissioner for Science and Technology, attended it in Warri.
Abiodun Hundeyin, a retired deputy comptroller-general of immigration, was one of the people who received their tickets at the Lagos presentation.
The winners in Warri were 45-year-old Mr. Abimbola Fasoranti, an electrical engineer with Anudu Plastics Ltd., Asaba; Mrs. Elizabeth Chukwujekwu, a native of Anambra; and Mr. Samson Efenudu, a computer analyst from Ughelli South in Delta State. In Abuja, the winners included 44-year-old Shittu Tanko, a staff member of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and architect Sola Dani.
The winners showered Globacom with gratitude for giving them the chance to take advantage of these goodies only by utilizing their Glo lines. Hundeyin thanked Globacom for allowing them to profit from the current promotion. “This is really admirable on the part of Globacom,” he exclaimed.
According to Mrs. Chukwujekwu, an administration manager of Zukus Industries Limited in Warri, “Thanks to Globacom, the year has started on a good note.” Glory be to God. Mr. Efenudu, a father of four, added, “I have heard of winners in the past, but I’m not sure when it will be my turn. Glo has my gratitude.
Hon. Bayo Balogun, a member of the House of Representatives from Ibeju Lekki, was the special guest of honor at the Lagos event. He praised Globacom for emphasizing customer satisfaction through giving back to its customers.
The House of Representatives’ Public Accounts Committee Chairman, Honorable Bamidele Salam, who was in Abuja as a Special Guest of Honor, praised Globacom for its unwavering dedication to enhancing subscriber happiness.
“Globacom is a worthy representative of Nigeria, something we are all pleased about. He stated, “The organization has repeatedly demonstrated that Nigerians are capable of operating prosperous enterprises that improve the quality of life for the general public.
Globacom was lauded for their thoughtfulness by Hon. Dr. Odinigwe Daniel Odigie, the Commissioner for Science and Technology in Delta State, who was the Special Guest of Honor at the Warri event.