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Business News of Thursday, 29 November 2012

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*Offers special invites to prestigious Glo-CAF Awards
*Plus paid trips to Dubai

Nov. 28, 2012, Accra -: Globacom, the
African communications giant and sponsor of the annual Glo-CAF Awards, has
announced it has set aside 250 special invitation slots for its active
customers and subscribers to attend the 2012 edition of the prestigious African
Player of the Year Awards ceremony slated for Accra, Ghana on December 20.

Additionally, two lucky customers among the 250 will be picked by a lucky-dip
for an all-expenses-paid trip to Dubai.

The invitation is open to all active Glo Mobile prepaid and post-paid
customers. To qualify for selection to the awards, prepaid subscribers must
have recharged their Glo lines cumulatively up to GHC35 between now and
December 15, while post-paid subscribers must have talked cumulatively for up
to GHC100.

The two subscribers who will win sponsored trips to Dubai will be selected
through a lucky-dip conducted at the ceremony.

"As a strong African brand, Glo is simply delighted about this exciting
opportunity of connecting our cherished customers to the headliners and legends
of Africa’s most popular sport," Mr. Patrick Awotwi, Head of Business at
Glo Mobile Ghana told journalists in an interview.

"Although this promo is meant to reward and excite our customers as we
approach the yuletide season, all Ghanaians are welcome to share in the fun.
Non-Glo subscribers who wished to avail themselves of the excitement at the
awards and the thrills of travelling to Dubai should simply port their numbers
to Glo."

The Glo-CAF awards, which Globacom Limited has partnered the Confederation of
African Football (CAF) to organize for the past eight years, is Africa’s
biggest platform for honouring excellence and distinction in the game of
football.

Ghana is hosting the prestigious event for an unprecedented fourth time and the
city of Accra will once again play host to the cream of African footballers,
administrators, journalists and other heavyweights in the continental soccer
fraternity. Five final nominees, including Ghana’s Andre Dede Ayew, have
already been unveiled to the Ghanaian public at a joint news conference held in
Accra last week.

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