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Rumphi fisherman wins K19.8m Toyota Hilux

Written by  Loness Gwazanga
First Toyota Hilux Winner Linda Nguluwe Conducting the draw while TNM and National Lotteries Board officials look on First Toyota Hilux Winner Linda Nguluwe Conducting the draw while TNM and National Lotteries Board officials look on

BLANTYRE, January 12, 2017: A Rumphi based fisherman, Kenneth Msowoya has started the New Year in style after winning the second brand new Toyota Hilux worth K19.8 million in the Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM) Kwatentha Summer Splash Promotion.

Speaking when TNM called to break the news, Msowoya said “I am not happy because I have not yet received the prize but once I get it, I will be happy.”

In his remarks, Thursday at the draw in Blantyre, TNM Head of Division Marketing Sobhuza Ngwenya said the promotion continues to attract an increased response from customers.

“Our aim is to reward both new and existing customers for switching to TNM, Malawi’s own mobile and ICT network. As TNM we are overwhelmed, our valued customers have endorsed this promotion as evidenced by the increase in numbers qualifying for fortnightly and monthly draws,” said Ngwenya.

He then encouraged customers to continue participating in the promotion and win prizes that are designed to reward and transform their lives forever.

Ngwenya maintained TNM’s reaffirmation in remaining relevant as it strives to respond to the needs of its customers, at the same time bring products and services that are tailor-made for world class experience.

The mobile company splashes prizes ranging from Huawei Y3Lite smart phones, power banks, branded t-shirts and caps to 240 lucky winners across its four working regions per draw.

The promotion runs from 9th November, 2017 through 9th February, 2018 and one is required to top up with a minimum of K200 tnm recharge voucher or more to quality for the fortnight and monthly draws.

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