Zain presents cheque to first winner (pg 19)

Zain, Ghana has presented a cheque for GH¢ 37,500 to the first winner of its on-going customer loyalty campaign, “Live Your Dream Too”.

Mr Samuel Nana Mireku won the amount after playing the Reward Game Show, which was held at his residence at Kwashieman in Accra.

The Reward Game Show is another phase of the promotion in which the weekly winner is presented with a game board with 16 numbers, each representing a cash value.

Out of those numbers, the winner picks three numbers and walks away with the total of what is picked. If the winner picks all the three numbers with a Zain logo, he or she banks GH¢75,000.

The occasion attracted a large crowd and Mr Mireku, surrounded by his wife and two children, picked GH¢5,000, GH¢ 12,500 and a Zain logo worth GH¢ 25,000, attracting a big applause from the thrilled crowd.

Mr Mireku told the Daily Graphic that he would invest the money in building a house for himself as his current residence is a rented premises.

“ I have a dream of building a house but I have not saved a cedi towards that but thanks to Zain, I will own my own house.”

He said he participated in the campaign last year but did not win, so he was shocked that he could win such an amount this time.

He expressed appreciation to Zain for making his wildest dream come true, saying, “this shows that the promotion is real”.

The Manager for Consumer and Payphone Segment for Zain, Mr Tara Squire, said the company had the track record of delivering on its promises, adding that the format for the reward show, which was to bring the promotion to the door step of the weekly ultimate weekly winner, proved that the campaign was real.

“We are particularly happy that we are part of this life-changing experience for Mr Mireku and his family,” Mr Squire said.


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