The Observer (Kampala)

15 January 2013

Uganda: Casual Worker Scoops Warid's Sh20 Million

The Warid freedom promotion came to an end last Sunday with Samuel Ssekayise, a casual labourer from Lugoba, walking away with Shs 20m.

"I was unemployed and I was doing odd jobs in my neighbourhood for survival. Warid telecom has changed my life and I urge everyone to join the network," Ssekayise said after receiving a dummy cheque from Warid Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), Shailendra Naidu.

Other winners of the day included James Kiwuwa, a land broker, and Sofian Ssekibuule, a senior three student of Kinaawa high school. They walked away with Shs 1m each.

Shailendra Naidu used the opportunity to thank the winners and all the other people for participating in the promotion. He also reminded them to register their Warid lines and to participate in the other ongoing promotions like the 100% bonus for new Warid subscribers.

"We have a lot more cooking in the kitchen. The next promotion starts in a few days," he said.

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