The Inquirer (Monrovia)

10 December 2012

Liberia: Comium Kicks Off Holiday Blast

One of Liberia's GSM Companies, Comium Liberia has officially started its holiday blast for its many subscribers in the country. At the first launch of the raffle draw during the weekend at the offices of Comium in Sinkor, the company's Product Manager, Mr. Lekpele Nyamalon said the Comium Liberia has organized the draw beginning December 1st until January 19th 2013.

To be a part of the draw every week, Mr. Nyamalon told reporters that subscribers only need to recharge just US$1 from Monday to Sunday and would definitely get a chance to enter what the company described as "Money Chamber" to win LD$100,000. It is expected that three winners would emerge every week from the draw.

Another category of the draw he explained has to do with rechargingUS$5 or more from Monday till Sunday which would give an individual a chance to win one of the three brand new Nissan Almera already parked before the offices of Comium for public view.

During the weekend, three persons became victorious by winning thousands of dollars from the mobile phone company. One of the winners selected for the draw did attend the program. The first winner, Patience Garjay, walked away with LD$42,315 while the second winner, Nathaniel Wheonkpee, won LD$12,090.

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