TNM Mpamba Ltd, wholly owned subsidiary of TNM plc Friday distributed K8.4 million cash prizes to customers and K14 million to agents in the ongoing Mpamba Kashi Kashi promotion.
The promotion was launched to celebrate the milestones Mpamba mobile money has recorded since its inception in 2013.
According to Tione Kafumbu, Mpamba Marketing Manager there has been a great gain in momentum since the duo promotion was launched, a clear indication that Mpamba is creating great value for customers and agents.
“We are overwhelmed with the response from our customers. Participation keeps on increasing daily. We are happy that as we are rewarding customers, we are also deepening financial inclusion and improving social economic status our customers,” said Kaziputa.
The promotion continues to underscore TNM’s commitment towards creating possibilities as hundreds are winning cash prizes.
“We continue to change lives of our customers through the promotion. We are proud to fulfill this promise. Today we have conducted the fifth draw for customers and third draw for agents. The draw has seen 196 customers and 252 agents winning different cash prizes ranging from K25 000 to K100, 000,” he said.
He added that the promotion has simplified entry modalities to ensure increased winning chances for every customer and agent.
“The count down to the grand prize has began. Customers now need to leverage on the remaining few days to increase there entries to stand a chance of winning big. To enter, customers need to make a transaction of K500 and agents participate after servicing customer with a transaction of K5000 or more.” he added.
The promotion will be ending on June 6, 2023 where 28 customers will win cash prize of K1 million each and 28 agents will win K500,000 each.
And 40 year old Maganizo Benselo, a business man from Mlomba in Phalombe district has won the 100 thousand TNM KashiKashi promotion.
Speaking on the phone Benselo could not hide his excitement saying this was his second time to win.
“I am so excited. This is my second time to win. At first it was 50 thousand kwacha. This money will help me boost my capital,” he said.