Safaricom Bonyeza Ushinde Promotion is back

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Safaricom Bonyeza Ushinde Promotion is back

Safaricom’s Bonyeza Ushinde Promotion is back, offering a first prize of Ksh 10,000,000 and an Isuzu Pickup.

The promotion is rewarding subscribers with cash and other prizes for a period of 60 days starting August 7th –October 5th. The grand prize winner will pocket a cool Ksh 10,000,000 and drive away with an Isuzu Pickup TFR 54 I-190 4X2 S/C truck. There will be also be one weekly winner of a Pick Up truck, daily winners of Ksh 1,000,000, 5 winners of Ksh 10,000, Ksh 5,000 and Ksh 2,500 daily and 1000 winners of Ksh 100 Safaricom airtime.

To enter the promotion, subscribers will be required to send their names via SMS to 29555. They will then accumulate points by answering simple multiple choice questions. These points will then be used in a draw to pick the daily, weekly and grand prize winner



Kevin obonyo obago - Aug. 26, 2013, 2:48 p.m.

Thanks safaricom for putting asmile to the faces of kenyans.this is my third year in participating in the promotion..this time round i believe i will win..

justus mutua - Sept. 10, 2013, 7:55 a.m.

Thaks safaricom for making dreams of kenyans come true,į believe there is a price for all who have tried.

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