In one of its numerous ways to enhance customer satisfaction and to promote the social standards of general membership of the Africell Family, three participants won the sum of One Million Five Hundred thousand Leones (Le1,500,000), Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand Leones (Le750,000) and Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Leones (Le50,000) respectively.
The winners included Abdulai Kamara of Bo, Sheriff Bangura of Kono and Mrs. Estherline Allen based in Freetown. They were assembled at Africell’s headquarters yesterday to participate in “Your Weight in Cash” draw followed by a penalty kick against the designated amounts of money positioned at the goal post touch line.
In three attempts to hit against the three images that bear the stipulated amounts, Mr. Sheriff Bangura in his allotted three attempts succeeded in partially scoring only Le250,000 Leones.
Mrs. Allen, despite being a lady was able to score the next attractive option of Le750,000 Leones in displaying very enviable football acumen as a woman. She ultimately became the second scorer of one of the attractive prizes.
The heaviest and most competing prize went to Abdulai Kamara, a student reading Public Health at the Njala University, Bo Campus. In his three attempts, he was smart enough to hit against the Le750,000 Leones twice, with scores amounting to Le1,500,000 Leones.
The three winners in two weeks from now will be featured in the “Weight in Cash” draw. This will give them the opportunity to see their dreams through by scoring as they weigh. For example a participant who weighs 89.50kg is liable to secure an equivalent amount Le58,500,000 Leones. This simply implies that the more participants weigh the more money they will expect in the process.
Meanwhile three more participants in “Your Weight in Cash draw” have emerged victorious for the next draw and are expected to go through similar process as their predecessors. They are: Yatta Kamara with cell number 030-676033, Joe Conteh with 077-603506 and of 32 UN Drive off Wilkinson Road and Marion Sesay with cell number 077-262661 and of Taylor Street.
Africell’s Nancy Joseph admonished subscribers to continue recharging 250 units to stand the chance of winning in subsequent draws.
By Poindexter Sama