Followers of Cynthia Tima Yeboah are very lucky today because they been given the chance to get ¢1000 from her. Tima Kumkum has promised to gift 10 of her followers on both Facebook and Instagram ¢100 each.
The popular media personality who works with Adom TV, confirmed this on her Facebook platfom with a video and a caption. Cynthia Tima Yeboah showed her appreciation to her fans or followers on Facebook platform and Instagram platform for helping her to get 1 million followers on Facebook and another 1 million on Instagram.
She then told them on her Facebook platform and in a video on this same social media platform that, she will be giving ¢1000 to 10 of her followers on Facebook and Instagram. She told them that, 5 followers from these two social media platforms will get the opportunity to win this give away.
Tima finally said that, those who are interested should tell her why they need the money or why they want to be the winner. She added that, the winners will be selected randomly.
"Time to say thank you. You are my new family and I can never take you for granted. My family, my appreciation to you is to show you how grateful I am so I’m giving away 1000 cedis for 10 people so each person gets a 100 Cedis both on Facebook and Instagram. 5 people on each app so now tell me why you should be a winner. Winners will be picked at random," Tima Kumkum wrote on her Facebook platform.
Below is the link to the video of Tima Kumkum promising to give her followers ¢1000.
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