Accra, Jan. 20, 2016 GNA – Vodafone Ghana has awarded a more than 30 year old sales man with GH¢100,000.00 in its « Yee Twi Ko » promotion.
The award, which was delivered to Baba Ibrahim, a sales officer at Olam Ghana Limited and the ultimate prize winner at the West Hills Mall in Accra was meant to show love and appreciation to him as a Vodafone loyal customer.
Ms Agnes Emefa Essah, Chief Marketing Officer of Vodafone Ghana explained that the corporate entity launched the promotion to celebrate its sixth year in Ghana and also to reward loyal customers.
She said even though, operators of the network set out to reward 170,000 customers they ended up rewarding 270,000 in the promotion.
Ms Emefa Essah disclosed that although, the promotion was supposed to end after the ultimate GH¢ 100,000.00 cash prize had been won, it was extended to reward 2.6 million customers from January to March 2016.
She explained that individuals from different parts of the country have won amounts of cash and airtime in the promotion.
« The promotion has been very helpful to us because our customers have shown loyalty to us by choosing Vodafone and staying on the network in good and bad times, » she said.
She urged customers who haven’t won anything in the promo not to worry because starting from this month, customers who have built points could use it to redeem airtime.
Baba Ibrahim who explained his feeling after receiving the prize said: « I feel awesome, excited and very happy. I was in the game doing whatever I was supposed to do but I knew there were competitors therefore didn’t know my chances.
« And then suddenly you are called and told you have won this great cash, sincerely words can’t explain how I feel but only God knows how I’m feeling right now, » he added.
Explaining how he would use the money, Baba Ibrahim said: « I have invested an amount into this promo, therefore I would deduct my investment from it and plan on what to do with this huge money, because it is really big, » he said.
Other winners were Mallam Haruna with ¢30,000.00, Mr Ismael Manaf with GH¢ 10,000.00, and Mr Philip Paitoo with ¢5000.00.