It was celebration galore yesterday at the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria Enugu National Station when a member of staff, Ben Uzoegbunam, who won a brand new car in the just concluded Shoprite Win Big Promo, brought the vehicle to celebrate with his colleagues.
The winner was full of appreciation to God for the miraculous blessing bestowed on him.
According to him, he never believed in lottery until he received the status- transforming call last Sunday.
“I feel excited, overwhelmed. I think it is just the lord’s doing. I don’t know how this happened. When they called to inform me of the winning on Sunday, I couldn’t believe it. It is still like a dream. When I remember all the events that happened days before the status changing call came, it is just miraculous. Indeed, God is great”.
Speaking during the short ceremony to celebrate the car, the Zonal Director of FRCN Enugu National Station, Mr. Ike Okere, said he was very happy for him, adding that the winner was deserving of the divine blessing.
“I feel very very happy for the young man, Ben. This is good fortune; it’s a good thing. I wish him great joy in using this car. It is what is called providence, fortune. It is a confirmation that good things can still happen”.
The General Manager of Coal City FM, Mrs. Joy Obitulata asserted that perhaps God decided to reward Ben with the car because of his dedication to duty.
“God has a way of blessing anybody, especially when you are in submission to God’s purpose for your life, he makes a way where there is none. So, I’m glad, happy and excited for him”.
Also speaking, Ben’s colleague on the sports desk, Mr. NtienyongUdoh said he was happy when he heard the good news.
“It was on Sunday that he called to inform me of the fortune. I couldn’t believe it, coz I had to check my phone to be sure he was the one calling. I couldn’t scream. I feel impressed, because heis very humble and hardworking. Winning this car means there is a lot happening in our unit. Now, we have a brand car in our unit”.
The short celebration had large number of staff members in attendance.