Rumphi-based fisherman, Henry Msowoya, has become the second lucky winner to cart home a Toyota Hilux in the ongoing Kwatentha Promotion.
Msowoya emerged winner during a draw held in Blantyre after he recharged his phone with airtime worth K200.
“I am very excited to get this prize from TNM as it will significantly change my life,” he said.
Speaking during the handover ceremony at Mlowe Trading Centre, TNM Chief Officer, Sales and Marketing, Daniel Makata, said the company is happy with the distribution of prizes
“Today, TNM reaffirms its promises by presenting the prize to Msowoya. We are very excited that the promotion is reaching out to all the corners of the country as evidenced today. As you know, the first Toyota Hilux went to Linda Ngulube, who is based in Blantyre,” Makata said.
Makata said TNM is committed to transforming the lives of its customers so that they contribute to the development of the country.
“Through this promotion, over 1,200 customers have benefited from the prizes that we have dished out, ranging from smartphones, power banks, branded t-shirts and caps. This is proof that we always strive to make progress real for our customers, including Msowoya, who is getting his Toyota Hilux today,” he said.
He encouraged customers to continue recharging more to stand a chance of winning prizes, including the last Toyota Hilux, which is still up for grabs.
Traditional Authority Mlowe hailed TNM for giving back to its customers through different initiatives such as Kwatentha Promotion.
Launched on November 9, the promotion aims to reward both new and existing customers for switching to TNM and staying on its mobile and ICT network.
To qualify for fortnight and monthly draws, customers top up with a minimum of K200 or more and stay must active on the network.
The promotion rolled out on November 9 and will conclude on February 9.