10 December 2012

Liberia: Cellcom Hailed for Good Initiatives

Several persons, who won Cellcom motorbikes for the month of November, have described Cellcom as best GSM company in the country. A total of 20 persons won the company's motorbikes for the month of November.

The winners of Cellcom motorbikes said they are grateful to the company for helping to improve the lives of the Liberian people, particularly the ordinary people. While hailing the company for its many good initiatives in the country, the winners stated that they are convinced that the company is here to stay and help in the reconstruction drive of Liberia following 14 years of civil conflict.

They then vowed to always subscribe to Cellcom and also pledged to encourage their friends and relatives to join the Cellcom's family for improved Liberia. The Cellcom's subscribers made these comments when they spoke separately on Saturday, December 8, 2012 after the management of the company formally presented to them their bill of sales for their motorbikes. The formal presentation of the bill of sales was held at the company's head offices in Monrovia.

The winners of the motorbikes that received their bill of sales from the management of Cellcom are: Varfley S. Dolley Jr., James K. Selay, Augustine B. Kruza, Alphonsus Kobbohnyudee, Tokpa W. Dolo and Sam Carr. In a joyous mood after he receiving his bill of sale, Vafley S. Dolley Jr., remarked: "Cellcom has made me proud. The bike is helping me to get me from one point to another. It is actually improving my life."

For Sam Carr, he uttered: " I am grateful to Cellcom for going to the grass roots to empower the Liberian people. This is a great initiative by Celccom that must be acknowledged. My family and I will always subscribe to Cellcom. And I will encourage others to subscribe to the company."

Meanwhile, the management of the company told the winners that the bill of sales guarantee that they are the legitimate owners of the motorbikes. Among other things, the management assured them that the company will always be there for them and all Liberians at all times.

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