50 year old Clement Mukhumbwa, retired secondary school teacher at Chitipa Boma on Friday became the first recipient of the bi-weekly prize of a brand new Toyota Hilux Pick-up in the on going Yabooka promotion being run by the giant mobile phone network , Airtel Malawi.
Receiving his prize, a visibly excited Mukumbwa who now operates as a building contractor at the boma expressed happiness and was all praises of Airtel. I didn’t expect to win and this car is a blessing and an answer to all transport problems in my business”, he said , adding that it will help boost his operations.
Speaking at the function when he presented the pick up , Airtel Marketing Director Enwell Kadango said the company is pleased to be reaching out to all corners of the country including at the tip of the country like Chitipa district.
“Our coming this far to present this prize to our first winner in Chitipa proves that our network spreads far and wide throughout Malawi and is reliable because Chitipa is one of the furthest border districts ,” said Kadango
He hailed all subscribers for their loyalty to the Airtel brand a thing he said his company values the most hence will continue offering such exciting promotions in order to make them happy for being on the network.
“This unflinching support and loyalty to our brand calls for a massive reward as reciprocal altruism follows a well-known saying that; ‘One good turn, deserves another” Concluded Kadango
Under Airtel Yabooka promotion customers stand a chance of winning 6 brand new Toyota Hilux pick-up vehicles(now reduced to 5). The promotion will run for twelve weeks.
Other prizes include MK250,000 cash to 3 people every week, MK100,000 cash to another 3 people, 25,000 kwachas, 2 bicycles per district every week and K1,000 airtime to 200 people every week.
The grand prize is a brand new Toyota Prado which mesmerized Mzuzu residents on Thursday when the company paraded it with pomp and glamour in various locations of the city.
Apart from consumer prizes, there are also Airtel Yabooka retailers prizes which include 5 maize meals, Motor bikes, motor cycles, Treadle pumps and airtime worth K20,000 and K10,000 among others.
Reported by mabvuto kambuwe