FORTEBET BLISSFULLY ENDS EPL WITH ISHAKA, KABWOHE, NYAKASHARU, KINONI PUNTERS

BY: Eyalama In News, Sports On

It was a delightful moment as Fortebet closed the 2020/2021 English Premier League (EPL) with its dear customers in the Ishaka, Kabwohe, Butare, Kinoni, Kyazanga, Katerera and Nyakasharu.

Fortebet decided to spend time with its customers on the last day as teams were fighting to find the final places on the table. Fortebet team, led by the company’s media manager, John Nanyumba together with the resident team used this opportunity to interact with their clients that decided to make Fortebet their number one betting company.

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For this reason, Fortebet in return thanked them by giving them rewards like Fortebet; wristbands, pens, Tshirtsand favourite European teams’ jerseys. Fortebet also gave out prime gifts; Techno F1 phones to lucky customers.

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Fortebet also gave out a number of reflector jackets to bodaboda riders as usual.

“On behalf of Fortebet, I would like to sincerely appreciate all our esteemed customers for unrelentingly betting with Fortebet throughout this football season that we are concluding.

We promise, our services shall continue to be as good as they have been and even

Better,” said Nanyumba while talking to the punters at Ishaka branch

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