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This festive season Nigerians are set for loads of freebies as MTN Nigeria has kicked off the season of surprises initiative, in its bid to ensure a memorable yuletide by giving back to Nigerians. MTN Nigeria has started a drive to give back to Nigerians, in a way of saying thank you to Nigerians this Christmas season, in a new initiative called ‘Season of Surprises’. The initiative started during the weekend on Sunday, at the Police barracks in Falomo, Ikoyi, Lagos where MTN surprised the residents of the barracks by giving out food items, airtimes, and household appliances.         The giveaways didn’t end there as the surprise continued on Monday and Tuesday, where MTN also paid the toll fee of commuters passing through the Lekki toll gate during morning and evening rush hours. To spread the festive cheer MTN disclosed that the campaign is for every Nigerian, irrespective of the network they use and will continue across Nigeria until 23rd of this month.     Speaking on the initiative, General Manager, Consumer Marketing, MTN Nigeria, Oluwole Rawa said that the aim of the initiative is to bring back the essence of the season, which is giving and showing acts of kindness. “We understand the importance of the season, which is why we have come up with this drive. We want to surprise Nigerians with the random act of kindness, which is the essence of the season. As always, we aim to spur show act of kindness and give to others,” he said. According to the Guardian, Oluwole encouraged Nigerians to watch out for the Y’ello train, as it will be travelling across the country, he also revealed that the season of surprises would also touch the online community.     Feature image credit:

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This article was first published on 13th December 2017


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