Tanzania Daily News (Dar es Salaam)

6 January 2014

Tanzania: Airtel's Mimi Ni Bingwa Draw for Tomorrow

AIRTEL Tanzania is successfully implementing its strategy of ensuring it restores part of its income to the community through its well structured life changing promotions and services.

The Airtel Public Relations Manager, Jackson Mmbando said this during the preparation for the seventh draw of 'Mimi ni Bingwa' promotion which will be held tomorrow in Dar es Salaam.

Several millions of shillings as cash prizes will be obtained in the draw as well as one person who will win two tickets for a fully paid trip to Old Trafford.

Mr Mmbando said his company was pleased to see how various promotions and services offered by the cellular company, help to change lives of many Tanzanians by improving their economic status.

He further urged Tanzanians to participate in 'Mimi Ni Bingwa' promotion whereby more than 82 customers have received millions of money and 12 tickets released to six winners for a tour to England to witness the Manchester United matches at Old Trafford.

"This is an opportunity for many Tanzanians to pocket millions and others to travel to UK. I kindly ask Tanzanians to participate in the promotion; people are seriously winning the money.

Airtel already had provided 130 million to various winners," said Mmbando. One of the lucky winners in last week's draw Mgigo Magesa from Rorya in Mara said the money came at the time when he needed it most as he was financially strained.

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