7 August 2014

Gambia: Two Gamcel Customers Win Hajj Tickets

The National Cellular Company Gamcel Thursday held its second draw on the ongoing hajj package promotion in which two lucky winners have been identifiied. Suna Gaye of Banjul and Ida Njie of Brusubi have joined the two previous winners, bringing the number to four. The draw was held at the Company's head office, along Mamadi-Maniang highway in Kanifing. Elizabeth Mendy-Johnson, the general manager of Gamcel, said the promotion is an opportunity to recognise the efforts of all Gamcel customers. She commended the customers for their efforts and for patronising Gamcel. Modou Lamin Jatta, senior marketing manager, for his part, stated that over the years, Gamcel has sent over one hundred customers to prigrimage, either in Mecca or Rome. "We do not only provide hajj package, but also give them US$1000, suitcases as well as taking them to the airport and receive them upon their return," he informed the gathering.

Jatta noted that the promotion has been ongoing for several years, while calling on others to come and join Gamcel.

The deputy general manager of Gamcel Ramu Nyass stated that the hajj package is not only meant to promote, but it worths more than the promotion. "We the Muslim ummah our biggest dream in life is to perform hajj once in a life," she said.


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