Transporter, Evangelist, 100 others in Ibadan win big in Glo Joy Unlimited Extravaganza promo

Winners of various household appliances flanked from third left, Zonal Coordinator of the National Lottery Regulatory Commission, Mr. Omotayo Fasunhanmi; 6th left, the Regional Sales Coordinator, Globacom, Mr. Akeem Yusuf; 8th left, the Director-General, Oyo State Signage and Advertising Agency, Mr. Temilola Adibi; next, Commisssioner for Youth and Sports, Oyo State; Mr. Seun Fakorede; 3rd right, Nollywood actor, Odunlade Adekola and Oyo State Commissioner for the Environment, Mr. Abiodun Oni at the presentation of various prizes to winners of household appliances in Glo Joy Unlimited Extravaganza Customer Reward Promo, held recently in Ibadan, Oyo State.

One hundred and three Globacom subscribers on Thursday in Ibadan went home jubilating as they received large household appliances, including generators, refrigerators and television sets, which they won in the Joy Unlimited Extravaganza promotion.

The ceremony which held at the Gloworld, Idi Ape, Ibadan office in Oyo State, attracted a large crowd and also had Nollywood actors, Odunlade Adekola and Yemi Solade, in attendance.

In his remarks at the event, Globacom’s Regional Sales Coordinator, West, Mr. Akeem Yusuf, noted that the Ibadan presentation was the third in the Joy Unlimited Extravaganza promo. He explained that Globacom is giving out over 500,000 prizes, including 5 Kia Rio cars monthly, 100 household appliances like fridges, television sets, and generators to be won weekly, and 5,000 data plans and CRBT daily prizes in the promo.

According to him, thousands of other winners will emerge in subsequent draws and will receive their prizes at similar events to be held in   Port-Harcourt on December 9, Abuja on December 16, Jos on December 16, Benin on December 23. The promo train progresses to Akure, Asaba, Kano, Uyo and Owerri in January. It will later return to Abuja, Ibadan and Lagos in February, 2022.

28-year-old Ogunwale Oluwamuyiwa Elijah, an Evangelist at Agbala Daniel Church, Ibadan; Lawal Babatunde  Ajagbe, an aluminium fabricator who needs the power generating set to move his business forward, Mrs. Afolami Aderonke who won a television set and 44-year-old Saliu Abdulaziz who won a refrigerator.

Similarly, 53-year-old transporter, Aubade Moshood, who won a television set believes in the power of positive confessions.

“Just about an hour before Glo called to inform me that I had won, I told my neighbours that I wished to buy a new television set. They all wondered where I would get the money to buy it considering the harsh realities of the economy. We dispersed and I went about my daily routine only to receive a call from 121 informing me that I had won a TV set. I rushed back to the people I was bantering with and shouted that God had shown me mercy by giving me what I desired,” he said.

For Ibrahim Sadeeq, however, it is a different story. The 28-year-old Islamic and Arabic teacher said he regarded the prize as an answered prayer for his Imam who does not have a power generating set.

“I have benefitted immensely from the knowledge of my Imam, Alhaji Suleiman  Adebayo Baba Olore. I have decided to donate the generator to him.”

To stand a chance of winning, Glo subscribers are required to make a total recharge of N500 in a week, Monday to Sunday, to qualify for the weekly draws, while a total recharge of N2,000 in a calendar month qualifies a subscriber for the monthly draws to win any of the car prizes.