There is a new billionaire in Uganda, courtesy of Africell. The latest entrant in the Billionaire Club is Isaac Sajjabi who last Saturday won the Africell One Billion cash prize in a lucky draw that was witnessed by over 25,000 subscribers at Nakivubo Stadium.
Twenty two year old Isaac Sajjabi of Luggala nabbed the top prize winning himself the shillings one billion cash. Overwhelmed by his good luck Sajjabi said, “I am thankful to God and my mother as it is all because of her prayers. I am extremely grateful to Africell for giving me a chance to win the bumper prize of Shs. 1,000,000,000.”
Isaac walks away with the mega amount after a successful seven week promotion in which hundreds of other lucky subscribers won 500,000 in cash each.
In an early Christmas and year ender reward for their subscribers, Africell also threw a grand concert where Uganda’s top artistes including Bebe Cool, Chameleon, Sheeba Karungi, Winnie Nwagi and a host other artistes entertained the massive crowds.
Africell announced the One billion cash prize promotion which is also the biggest cash prize- to be given out to one single winner on 1st November 2016. For a recharge of just 500 shillings, Africell subscribers then had a chance to enter the draw to become the lucky winner. During the course of the one billion campaign, there were 3 daily winners and 12 weekly winners for cash prizes of Shs. 500,000.
Sajjabi happily received his cheque for the One Billion from Africell’s Commercial Director Milad Khairallah who promised that Africell would continue to reward their subscribers in other promotions from as early as next year
“I would like to congratulate Mr. Isaac Sajjabi on being our first One Billion cash prize winner. It is heart-warming to know how much this cash prize will positively impact his and his family’s lives.” Milad said. “The one billion promo is our way to show our customers that Africell goes beyond the daily products and services that we offer to introduce excitement, fun and highly rewarding experiences for our customers. We congratulate Isaac and hope he can be a better example for our winners” he added.