Tigo customers continue to win power generators, power banks and rechargeable lamps in the 90-day Yensor Nkoaa promotion.
The promotion aimed to help Tigo customers cope with the current power supply challenges, has already rewarded hundreds of Ghanaians across the country with 10KVA power plant, 3,000 watts power inverters, 3KVA power generators and power banks, among others.
At the sixth week prize presentation in Accra, Kwame Opoku Mensah, a small business owner in Madina; Margret Blegeh, a Beautician and Mercy Amaning, a Trader at Nungua in Accra won 3KVA power generator plus GHS200 fuel voucher each.
Self-employed Irene Akoto of Adjiriganor; Janet Amoah, a Caterer at Nsawam, Alfred Boye, an Information Technology professional and Kwabena Boadu, Information Technology Officer also received 3KVA power generator plus GHS200 fuel voucher each.
The company also presented power banks and rechargeable lamps to other winners.
“For a long time I’ve been yearning for a generator. I believe this will improve my business,” said excited Margret Blegeh.
Customers can participate in the promotion by using their Tigo line to make calls, send text messages; browse the internet or top up airtime. Each of these activities will be converted into points.
According to Tigo, pre-paid customers can check their targets/points by dialing *456#.
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