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Police officer wins car in Zain lottery show

NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 19 – A police officer at Vigilance House, Patrick Munyao Maingi, is the proud winner of a new car in the on-going Angukia Milioni na Zain competition.

Mr Maingi, a father of four from Kathiani, Machakos County, was elated when when he received the keys for the Toyota IST car from Zain Kenya Managing Director Rene Meza, at Zain Kenya Headquarters at Parkside Towers.

“I have never believed in lottery and I did not expect to win even though I sent several entries for the competition,” Mr Maingi said.

Ms Teresa Mwango, a shop attendant at an electronic shop in Nairobi, also won Sh1 million in the promotion.

So far, six lucky Kenyans have each won Sh1 Million each in the on-going Zain Angukia Milioni show.
The multimillion shillings customer reward program will see one customer walk home with one million shillings every week for the next one month. Under the Angukia Milioni na Zain lottery, customers earn points for using their Zain lines and are entered into a weekly draw in which they stand to win cash and other lucrative prizes.
Zain Kenya Managing Director Rene Meza said the promotion is open to all customers on prepaid and post paid tariff plans and no subscription is required. Customers earn points for incoming and outgoing calls, incoming and outgoing sms, topping up their lines with any denominations, Zap transactions, Internet access and also subscribing to Club 20, Ziki, Kopa Credo, Me2U and please Call me services.

Apart from the weekly cash prizes won through the lottery, customers also stand to win other multimillion prizes.

The reward program follows the successful launch of Zain Kenya’s new low pricing model which saw the company introduce a three shilling flat rate for calls to all networks in Kenya.

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