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Duo wins Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge each

  Two lucky winners received their Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge from Domion Insurance yesterday. Serupapeli Waqa, from Suvalailai in Rewa, was overjoyed to receive his new phone. The 31-year-old carrier
31 Dec 2016 11:00
Duo wins Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge each
Dominion and Capital Insurance chief executive officer Jason Nili (right) with Serupapeli Waqa, yesterday. Photo: Monica Aguilar

 

Two lucky winners received their Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge from Domion Insurance yesterday.

Serupapeli Waqa, from Suvalailai in Rewa, was overjoyed to receive his new phone.

The 31-year-old carrier driver jumped for joy the moment he received a phone call saying that he had won the phone.

“I was on my way to pick up a passenger in my carrier and then I received the call from  them.”

“I was so happy,” he said.

He informed his wife straight away and plans to gift the new phone her.

“I will give it to her as her Christmas gift even though it is late,” he giggled.

He has been a client of Dominion Finance since 2013 when he bought his first carrier that is now used for his carrier business.

Naveen Sen, 62, also jumped in excitement as he received his prize from Dominion and Capital Insurance chief executive officer Jason Nili.

He was doing a plumbing job when received the news.

The father of two plans to gift her daughter with the new phone because her birthday is next month.

“The phone is too advanced for me, so I will give it to my daughter,” he joked.

Mr Sen has been with Dominion Insurance since 1977 when he bought his first car.

The promotion runs as a weekly draw from the October to December.

As the nation had a rough start this year due to Tropical Cyclone Winston, Mr Nili said the company started this promotion to give back to the people who were affected and at the same time to increase insurance awareness.

“We are trying to encourage individuals to start looking at insurance more and considering it more in the future,” Mr Nili said.

The promotion was in conjunction with the Reserve Bank of Fiji.

He said there needs to be a lot of focus on insurance and insurance awareness.

“There are a number of reasons why people do not take insurance, whether it be costs and so on.

“But they do not understand what the insurance benefits are  and the risks involved with not being insured.”

Edited by Paula Tuvuki

Feedback:  monica.aguilar@fijisun.com.fj

 

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