21 January 2013

Liberia: Another UL Staff Wins Lonestar Cell Prize

The Chairman of the Mass Communication Department at the University of Liberia, Weade Kobbah Wureh emerged as one of the winners of the Lonestar Cell predict and win raffle draw on the ongoing county meet being sponsored by Lonestar Cell MTN and NOCAL.

Madam Wureh is the second UL official to win a phone in the ongoing competition. Few months ago, the President of the University of Liberia, Emmet Dennis also won a black berry phone in a draw from Lonestar Cell MTN.

The Lonestar Cell predict and win weekly raffle draw has given away over twenty pieces of US$21.00 phones since the start of the county meet to winners of the predict and win competition.

Other winners of the competition on Friday were Darlington Winpea of Kakata, Eric Logan of Harbel, Johnson Kollie of Bong County, Alfred Wanepah of Margibi County, Alphonso Pyne of Harbel, Alfred Glagbo of Old Roadand Gmix Mawiamon of Grand Bassa County among others.

The Product Development Specialist of Lonestar Cell MTN Marketing Department Edna Thompson said the draw will continue until the end of the county meet.

She said the winners of the phones who are Lonestar Cell subscribers are very important to the company, adding, other who have not taken part in the draw should take it seriously.

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