Popular and senior broadcaster of Skyy Radio, Olatungie Yaskey, yesterday during the Celtel ‘predict and win’ raffle draw became the first lucky winner of the DSTV set which includes the decoder and six months subscription.
When told about his winning, Olatungie Yaskey said, “Celtel is indeed the ‘bomba’ because they make things happen. I am happy for the prize and I am happy that the ‘bomba’ has male things happen for me.”
The second winner, Victor Bangura of Rokrupa in the Kambia district, said he was happy “and I just feel like I have been given a visa to London.”
To start the draw the marketing director, Evans Muhanga, said this particular draw marked the end of the promotional raffle which started with the commencement of the African Nations Cup.
“Right now as I am talking to you the two winners who watch the match live in Accra are planning to come back,” he noted.
The marketing director disclosed that they received 22,571 bets by their subscribers and out of this 500 subscribers won 500 units airtime and that 110 predicted correctly and that it was out of this that the raffle for the DSTV set was held.
Mr Muhanga revealed further that there was still lot of goodies in store for their subscribers as the ‘Valentine special’ wherein subscribers are to send a love poem or quotation and five couples would win a dinner for two at the Paddy’s Beach Bar on Valentine’s Day.
By Betty Milton