MUBS student wins Shs. 4.2m in the MTN MoMoNyabo Promotion
22-year-old Kedi Kyate Muzafaru, a second-year student of Bachelors of Commerce at Makerere University Business School has luckily won himself Ugx 4,200,000 shillings that he gladly shared with his mother Ruquaiyah Nangobi who is currently battling a heart condition.
As a beneficiary, Nangobi got Ugx 1,600,000 shillings while Muzafaru received Ugx 2,600,000 shillings.
While handing over the dummy cheque Isaiah Semamuli the MTN Uganda Senior Manager Eastern Region Operations congratulated Muzafaru and encouraged the people of Jinja to continue using the mobile money service as any of them could be a winner.
Due to the closure of academic institutions amidst the Covid19 pandemic, Muzafaru who is back to his hometown in Jinja decided to take up a part time job as a mechanic in one of the garages in Jinja town.
With a sigh of relief, Muzafaru noted that finally some of his mother’s medical bills will get paid off using the money he had won while some of it will go towards fixing the tyres of the tow truck he uses since it is his livelihood.
Muzafaru was hesitant about believing his luck when the show hosts, Zahara Tooto and Patricko Mujuuka contacted him;
“The questions they asked me were so easy, I thought it was too good to be true. It is now that I am able to believe that I’m a millionaire thanks to MoMoNyabo Together.” he said, shortly before excitedly acknowledging how real the promotion is.