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TNM hands over 2nd Toyota Hilux

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TNM officially made a hand over of the second Toyota Hilux worth K19.8 million in the Kwatentha Summer splash to Henry Msowoya, a fisherman, in Mlowe, Rumphi.

Msowoya dangles the keys to the car Msowoya dangles the keys to the car
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Msowoya 44 emerged the winner of the second brand new Toyota Hilux in Kwatentha promotion after recharging his phone with only K200 worth of airtime at a draw that was conducted in Blantyre on 11th January 2018.


“I’m very excited to receive this wonderful prize from TNM. This prize will significantly change my life. When I received a call from the ceremony informing me that I have won a car, I wouldn’t believe it. I even lied about my name being Kenneth because I thought this was another scam,” said Msowoya.


Speaking during the handover ceremony at Mlowe Trading Centre, TNM’s Chief Officer – Sales & Marketing Daniel Makata said the company is happy with the distribution of prizes and how they are impacting the lives of those winning.

“Today, TNM reaffirms its promises by presenting the prize to Mr Msowoya here in Rumphi, We’re very excited that the promotion is reaching out to all corners of the country as evidenced today. As you know, the first Toyota Hilux went to Blantyre based resident Linda Ngulube,” said Makata.


Makata said TNM is committed to being the partner of growth for its customers while contributing to the development of Malawi’s economy.


“Through this promotion, over 1200 customers have benefited from the prizes that we have dished out ranging from smart phones, power banks, branded t-shirts and caps. This is proof that we always strive to make real progress for our customers, including Mr. Msowoya who is getting his Toyota Hilux today,” he said.


He encouraged customers to continue recharging more and stand a chance of winning prizes including the last Toyota Hilux in the final draw scheduled to be conducted in mid-February, 2018.


Traditional Authority Mlowe hailed time TNM for giving back to its customers through different initiatives such as Kwatentha promotion.


Launched on November 9, Kwatentha, promotion aims to reward both new and existing customers for switching to TNM and staying on Malawi’s own mobile and ICT network.

 

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