April 19, 2024

Ofala Festival: Glo Rewards Subscribers

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By Simeon OSAJIE

Globacom, a leading network provider and sponsor of the 2022 Ofala Festival, on Sunday, October, 23, 2022, presented prizes to its subscribers who emerged winners in a special promotion organised by the company as part of activities marking the  festival.

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The winners received their prizes at Ime Obi, the palace of Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Alfred Nnaemeka Achebe, on the second day of Ofala celebration called Azu Ofala.

Among the lucky subscribers were Chuka Augustine Amene and Kelvin Tochukwu who drove home brand new tricycles, popularly called Keke. 

It was “double blessing” for  Amene whose wife was delivered of a baby girl earlier the same day. “It has been a wonderful day for my family. My joy knows no bounds. My wife just put to bed this morning. Indeed, my new baby has brought me this blessing. Her name is Chimamanda (My God will not fail). Thanks to Globacom for this special gift”, the 32-year-old civil servant with the Anambra State Ministry of Justice declared.

For the second tricycle winner, Tochukwu, it was a dream come true. He told the audience that he had been praying for a Keke and that he had a dream a week ago that he won the vehicle in the Glo promo. “I believed that dream and proceeded to buy a handset from Glo to qualify for the promo. I told my family and friends that I would win and here I am today. I am a firm believer that one will achieve whatever one wants to achieve and works for it,”  he stated.

Other winners went home with industrial sewing machines and grinding machines.

Christopher Bobby, an Nnewi-based businessman; Emmanuel Joseph, a construction worker in Onitsha, and Trophy Ibeabuchi, a final year student of Computer Science at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University were lucky winners of  industrial sewing machine

Grinding machine winners included Ukamaka Orji, a third year student of Integrated Science at Federal College of Education, Umunze, Anambra State.

She said the gift came at a very opportune moment for her as it would empower her to earn money to support herself in school.

It’s a dream come true, says tricycle winner at Glo-sponsored Ofala

37-year-old Onitsha-based transporter, Kelvin Tochukwu, who won a tricycle (Keke) in the special promotion packaged by Globacom as part of its sponsorship of the 2022 Ofala Festival says it is “a dream come true”.

Tochukwu who was presented his prize by Glo officials and Palace Chiefs at Ime Obi (Obi’s Palace) in Onitsha, Anambra State, on Sunday told the audience that he had been praying to own a Keke to start his own transport business. He said that he had a dream a week ago that he won the vehicle in the Glo promo. “I believed that dream and proceeded to buy a handset from Glo to qualify for the promo. I told my family and friends that I would win and here I am today. I am a firm believer that one will achieve whatever one wants to achieve and works for it,”  Tochukwu declared.

Chuka Augustine Amene, a 32-year-old civil servant with the Anambra State Ministry of Justice, also won a tricycle.  It was a true case of “double blessing” for him as his wife had a baby girl earlier the same day. “It has been a wonderful day for my family. My joy knows no bounds. My wife just put to bed this morning. Indeed, my new baby has brought me this blessing. Her name is Chimamanda (My God will not fail). Thanks to Globacom for this special gift”, he stated.

Globacom also presented other prizes such as industrial sewing machines and grinding machines to other winners in the promotion.

Christopher Bobby, an Nnewi-based businessman; Emmanuel Joseph, a construction worker in Onitsha, and Trophy Ibeabuchi, a final year student of Computer Science at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University were lucky winners of  industrial sewing machine.

Grinding machine winners included Ukamaka Orji, a third year student of Integrated Science at Federal College of Education, Umunze, Anambra State.

She said the gift came at a very opportune moment for her as it would empower her to earn money to support herself in school.

Excited Glo winners receive prizes in special Ofala Promo

As the 2022 Ofala Festival climaxed on Sunday in Onitsha, Anambra State, lucky winners in the special Glo customer reward promo designed for the yearly event went home with exciting prizes.

The  Ime Obi,  palace of Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Alfred Nnaemeka Achebe, on the second day of Ofala celebration called Azu Ofala was the venue of the impressive presentation ceremony. 

Chuka Augustine Amene and Kelvin Tochukwu who both won tricycles, popularly called Keke, were full of gratitude to Globacom for empowering them through the promo.

Amene, a  32-year-old civil servant with the Anambra State Ministry of Justice  whose wife  was delivered of a baby girl earlier the same day said, “It has been a wonderful day for my family. My joy knows no bounds. My wife just put to bed this morning. Indeed, my new baby has brought me this blessing. Her name is Chimamanda (My God will not fail). Thanks to Globacom for this special gift”.

On his own part, the second tricycle winner, Tochukwu, explained that it  was a dream come true for him as he had been praying for a Keke. He said he  had a dream a week ago that he won the vehicle in the Glo promo adding,  “I believed that dream and proceeded to buy a handset from Glo to qualify for the promo. I told my family and friends that I would win and here I am today. I am a firm believer that one will achieve whatever one wants to achieve and works for it.”  

Winners of  industrial sewing machines included Christopher Bobby, an Nnewi-based businessman; Emmanuel Joseph, a construction worker in Onitsha, and Trophy Ibeabuchi, a final year student of Computer Science at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University.

Similarly, Ukamaka Orji, a third year student of Integrated Science at Federal College of Education, Umunze, Anambra State who won a grinding machine enthused that  the prize would avail her the opportunity to set up a mill in support of her educational pursuit.

“It’s double blessing for me”, winner in Glo Ofala Promo says.

A tricycle winner in  the special customer-reward promo organized by Globacom,  the main sponsor of Ofala Festival 2022, said the prize was a double blessing for him as his wife delivered a baby girl the same day of the presentation.

The  Ime Obi,  palace of Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Alfred Nnaemeka Achebe, on the second day of Ofala celebration called Azu Ofala was a beehive of activities as the winners received their prizes with glee.  

According to Chuka Augustine Amene, a 32-year-old civil servant with the Anambra State Ministry of Justice, “It has been a wonderful day for my family. My joy knows no bounds. My wife just put to bed this morning. Indeed, my new baby has brought me this blessing. Her name is Chimamanda (My God will not fail). Thanks to Globacom for this special gift”.

The second tricycle winner, Kevin  Tochukwu, noted that the prize was a dream come true for him as he had prayed for a Keke. According to him, a dream which he had a week ago that he won a tricycle  in the Glo promo propelled him to buy a new handset from Glo,  “I believed that dream and proceeded to buy a handset from Glo to qualify for the promo. I told my family and friends that I would win and here I am today. I am a firm believer that one will achieve whatever one wants to achieve.”  

Other lucky winners who received industrial sewing machines included Christopher Bobby, an Nnewi-based businessman; Emmanuel Joseph, a construction worker in Onitsha, and Trophy Ibeabuchi, a final year student of Computer Science at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University.

In the same vein, Ukamaka Orji, a third year student of Integrated Science at Federal College of Education, Umunze, Anambra State, who received a grinding machine in the promo explained that  the prize would serve as a source of sustenance for her as she continues her education in the university.

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