Five subscribers of the Lonestar Cell MTN who won the Independence Day raffle draw returned home over the weekend from Ghana at the sponsorship of the company.
The winners trip were all-expenses paid trip to Ghana, with five hundred United States dollars (US$500.00) pocket money each. They were winners of the company’s fantastic week raffle draw held recently at the Paynesville Town Hall, outside Monrovia.
The winners, which includes Jacob Molon of Barnesville, Joe Geetoe of Jacob Town, Watchen Bruce of Duazon, and Ishmail Turay of Gardenesville as well as Roland Sawieh of 6th Street Sinkor left for Accra on Monday and returned Friday the same week.
Upon arrival at the Robert International Airport in Margibi County, they were warmly received by some staffs of Lonestar Cell MTN. The beneficiaries of the Lonestar-MTN raffle draw shared their week-ong experiences with friends and the company staff, while en-route from the RIA.
“I really enjoyed Ghana, I never wanted to come back here but this is my homeland, thank God for Lonestar Cell MTN for taking me to Ghana,” he said.
Jacob Molon of Barnesville said his trip to Ghana was like a dream, ”up to now I don’t still believe that I was in Ghana, hope that Lonestar Cell MTN brings back the draw so I can win and travel in another country.”
For Roland Sawieh of 6th Street Sinkor, he frown on the Lonestar Cell MTN, saying the duration was short and hope that the company could extend the period beyond one week.
Joe Geetoe of Jacob Town encouraged the company to continue its wonderful cooperation with its subscribers; he said they were well taken care of by the MTN group in Ghana. Joe noted that he is convinced that Lonestar Cell being a member of the MTN, have no equal in Liberia when it comes to communications and humanitarian services for Liberians.
Watchen Bruce of Duazon, the only female winner who took her husband along to Ghana expressed gratitude to the company for affording them the opportunity for such a free trip. She said the company has proven that they are the best for the Liberian people, and urged them to continue the good things they do.