14 December 2012

Nigeria: Guinness Takes Two to 2013 AFCON

The first set of winners in the Guinness Fly with Eagles' raffle draw promo towards the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa have emerged

The ongoing daily raffle draw, which is the first of seventy draws over the next 70 days in the Guinness 'Fly With The Eagles' campaign has produced ten (10) winners of authentic Nigerian Eagles Jerseys, four (4) winners of one hundred thousand naira each and two winners of an all-expense paid trip to watch the Super Eagles matches live in South Africa.

Speaking at the closed studio session, Marketing Manager for Guinness, Mr. Obinna Anyalebechi said the brand was the number one fan and supporter of the Super Eagles.

This draw was authenticated by PWC a foremost independent auditing firm, represented by Tunde Ayeni, the National Lottery Regulatory Commission Co-ordinator for Lagos, Mr. Obi Iregbu, and representatives from the Consumer Protection Council.

The winners that emerged in the authentic Jersey category were; Jamiyu from Lagos; Dawodu omotayo from Ogun, Kafaya from Lagos, Fabian from Enugu, Power E. From Rivers; Olufemi Joshua from Ekiti; Innocent from Abia; Ade from Lagos and Emma from Lagos.

While those in the N100,000.00 category were; Kingsley from Rivers, Okon from Rivers, Queeneth from Rivers and Anu from Lagos.

And for the all expense paid trip to South Africa, Valentine from Rivers State emerged as one of the two winners for the day. Each winner is entitled to travel with one person; all expense paid.

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