Fortune smiled on Celtel dealer Abdulai D.G. Kamara last Saturday when he became a double jackpot winner in the weekly stock and win bonanza draw organized by Celtel.
Mr Kamara was just smiling all over the place, as he first won a mobile phone and before he could recover from that joy his mobile number appeared on the screen again.
This time it was a Victor motorbike, which he won.
Speaking to Awoko receiving his prize from Sales Director Keith Tukei Mr. Kamara said “this will help curtail my movement to and from Waterloo where I reside,” adding “this would spur other dealers to enhance their marketing strategies so that they too can be a proud winner in the coming weeks.”
He further explained that he was anticipating clinching a prize in the stock and winning bonanza as he is always purchasing stock worth over Le150, 000 per month.
Dealer Kamara popularly known as ‘Jay One’ emphasized further that “this double winning has enhanced my determination to market more stock so that Celtel would continue to leap by bounds.”
Another dealer who went on smiling was Jojo of Siaka Stevens Street, who for the second time won a generator.
He was among the lucky ones who won in the maiden draw last week.
Other prizes that were won include five mobile phones, one bicycle that was won by dealer with cell number 942617.
In the weekly draw preceding the grande finale for the Le350m house, Celtel made five millionaires, unlike last week when it was females galore, this time around it was the male factor who dominated the prizes.
However it was wild jubilation for Kadi Marrah of Savage Square, as she could not control her emotions when the Master of Ceremonies Abubakarr Kanu called her up to break the news.
She could be heard shouting in the background, “it’s good news for me,” while Edward Jusu residing in Kenema thanked Celtel for the transparent manner in which the draw was conducted.
It was really unfortunate for subscriber with cell number 607075, as his or her phone was not responding to the call that should have bagged the individual a cool Le1million.
So when the draw was redone it went to Morlai Conteh of Wilberforce Road, off Congo Cross who simply exclaimed “that’s good,” after he was informed.
Also up for grabs past Saturday were 30 top-up cards of 1,000 dominations, 10 mobile phones, five umbrellas, T-shirt and caps, and one DVD player.
The lucky winner who won the ‘Westpoint’ gas cooker was Alhassan Kargbo, after the previous winner failed to respond to the call.
Winning the 21inches television was Elizabeth Wallace, who asked the MC “is that so, I’m really surprised as I have been unlucky in such draws.” She rounded up her excitement by praising God for her winning.
Tamba Kenday of Goderich village was the proud winner of the musical set.