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Minibus driver wins K1 million in NFB Moto Buu Promotion

Written by  Mercy Chirwa
NFB Marketing Manager presents a dummy cheque to Mwankenenge NFB Marketing Manager presents a dummy cheque to Mwankenenge pic by Mercy Chirwa

Lilongwe, December 24, 2018: A Lilongwe based minibus driver identified as Clement Mwankenenge on Thursday received a one million cheque after emerging winner of the New Finance Bank (NFB) Moto Buu Promotion Grand Prize.

Speaking during the handover ceremony, NFB Marketing Manager, Lindani Simwaka said the bank organized the Moto Buu Promotion as one way of thanking their customers and also to help them realize that keeping their money with the bank is rewarding.

“We did the raffle draw last week, but it was hard to trace Mwankenenge since the form he signed during opening of the account did not indicate the phone number, we used the media to spread the message. It was then that the winner got the news and found us at the bank,” Simwaka said.

She also thanked the winner for his participation and wished him the best as he fulfills his plans.

In his reaction after receiving the cheque, Mwankenenge told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that he was happy for being winner of the K1 million prize money in the promotion, saying it (the money) would transform his life as well as his family.

“I joined the promotion three months ago, where I deposited K20, 000. I knew that there was a promotion, but I never thought of winning this huge amount of money,” he said.

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