Exposing MTN’s Corporate Ultimate Wonder Promo Scam

Monday I wrote about how MTN Nigeria continually exploits Nigeria and it’s populace. Well it seems their days of exploitations are finally coming over.
I culled this story from Naijajaw.blogspot.co.uk, it goes to show you that MTN takes us for fools. Read and enjoy:

Barely few days after the NCC placed a ban on
promos by telecom networks, MTN Nigeria was quick to
announce the winner of their Ultimate Wonder Promo
which saw one miss Ebube Essien-Garricks
emerging as the winner of the promo as reported by
Punch.
To fulfill all righteousness and kill-off my suspicion of
fraud, I did a random search of Ebube Essien-Garricks on
Facebook; the world largest social media with over 1billion
users. To my greatest shock, Ebube was no where to
be found. At her age as MTN claims, 27 and a student of
Uniport, I can argue till eternity that she must be on
Facebook. Unfortunately, MTN Nigeria has become
victims of their own fraud and manipulation as they
forgot to create a profile for her.
Maybe they thought of it, but were convinced that
Nigerians will eat whatever they say as they have been
doing for over 10-years. Although, the other argument is
that, it would have been more obvious, had MTN created
a profile for Ebube as her timeline would indicate it was
created only a few days ago.
Either way, I do not see how any business organization
would give out N64 million for fun when it still has areas
of lack. I am highly disappointed at the NCC. A proper
investigation committee should be immediately set-up to
verify the data of the said girl. Her institution where MTN
claims she studies should also be thoroughly investigated.
Her place of birth, schools attended and where Ebube
performs her religion rights must also be investigated.
Facebook says Ebube doesn’t exist, but she’s got a
fanPage to celebrate her victory.

Nna see scam, chai we have die

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