“I’m surely going to spread the good tidings; Tigo is real! I’m going to be Tigo’s [envoy]” said Enitor Atiba-Davies in joyful exuberance, during the presentation of a Le20m lottery star prize at Tigo’s Wilkinson Road head-office on Tuesday.
Expressing how she felt, receiving Tigo’s grand prize Mrs Atiba-Davies said, “I’m overwhelmed with joy…” she said.
“My in-law encouraged me to by use the Tigo network…I then bought a SIM pack in 2001, and since then I’ve been using Tigo. This is my very first winning since I joined the network, and I’m so happy,” she said with a smile that brightened up her face.
Mrs Atiba-Davies disclosed that she became restless when informed about the winning.
Asked what she intends doing with her enviable prize, the lucky winner disclosed, “I’m going to bank it and ask God for direction on how to spend it.”
The caterer who works at the Aqua Sport Club said she is blessed with two kids a son at the International primary school and a daughter at the University (Fourah Bay College)
Acting General Manager and Chief Financial Officer, Philip Amoateng thanked Mrs Atiba-Davies for being the proud winner of Tigo’s star prize and encouraged her to stay with the network.
Alie Koroma who resides at Matotoka, bagged Le 2m from the grand-draw. He explained that he bought a nokia 1100 phone and a Tigo SIM, adding that he played the Tigo lottery several times and few days later he was informed that he had won Le2 million.
On behalf of her husband Vitiles Agume who also won Le2 million at the grand draw, Rachael Agundu received the prize, stating that she is appreciative of the winning.
Tigo Media Coordinator, Jariatu Bah said that the Tigo Football Mania promotion is going simultaneously with the lottery promotion.
She said all you need to do is to buy a Tigo promotional SIM pack for Le 10,000 and get Le 5,000 worth of credit and a Tigo Football for FREE!