Dealers and Enterprise customers in the South West were the first to taste the goodies of the Globacom appreciation party at the Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja.
On hand to welcome the guests were two iconic comedians, the Bishop of Osusu Ministry, Gordons and Seyi Law supported by a one-man band, Aka Melody, who put guests in a relaxed mood for the event.
Globacom’s Chief Retail Officer, Mr David Maji welcomed them to the event on behalf of Dr Mike Adenuga Jr., Chairman of Globacom. Unlike some events where musical guests are revealed ahead of the show, the audience was taken by surprise to see the juju music maestro, King Sunny Ade (KSA) making a cameo appearance at the event.
KSA who looked resplendent in his all-white attire quickly mounted the bandstand and sang “Call me…0805 is my number dial” as an appetizing performance to the stakeholders who pulled out their phones to record the rare entertainment gift Glo offered them; an exclusive KSA performance just for them!
It was all good food, choice wine and drinks and “ariya unlimited” which sent the guests to the dance floor. As an appreciative token, each guest got a surprise gift of plasma television set, while the evening of fun was rounded off with a raffle draw where some of the stakeholders went home with millions of naira.
Similarly, King Sunny Ade was at the prestigious Abuja Sheraton Hotel, the venue of the appreciative party for Glo stakeholders in the North. He danced, wriggled and sang to serenade attendees who had a wow time, to say the least. Glo Sales Chief, Mr David Maji welcomed guests.
MC Tagwaye alias “Mr President”, Gordons and Acapella supplied rib cracking jokes and wisecracks to wash down the sumptuous meal and choice drinks.
All the guests were presented with one plasma television set each while lucky dealers who participated in the raffle draw won one million naira, five hundred thousand naira and two hundred and fifty thousand naira cash prizes at the event.
“This is another way of saying thank you to our partners who have been giving tremendous support to our business,” Mr Maji said.