She received the car during the Moto Moto public launch at the Nakivubo Stadium parking lot recently.
Aliba, as she is fondly known, said the car will come in handy for transport to and from work and also when taking her family to church and other family outings. She advised consumers to not give up but continue participating for their chance to win.
“I’m extremely happy. I thought it was a joke but it is true. It’s not wolokoso. People should not lose hope. Continue drinking Mirinda, Pepsi and Mountain Dew. They never know, they could be lucky winners,” she said.
Her father, Godfrey Golooba, expressed excitement towards his daughter’s good fortune.
“The whole family is happy about the win. There is too much excitement,” he said.
He added that when his daughter first received the call, they all thought conmen where pulling a prank on her.
However, it was not until she received instructions to show up at Nakivubo to collect her car that they truly believed.
Golooba said that every week, he buys a crate of Pepsi products for his children. It is out of this routine that Aliba picked interest in the Moto Moto promotion and started texting the codes under the crown to 7111.
“I work in Kansanga but everyone is amazed that such luck has come into my family. They are now convinced that the promotion is real and everyone is buying crates of Pepsi products and sending messages,” he said.
Speaking during the function, CBL Market Development Manager, Jeff Ssekandi said the promotion will go on for the next two months including September and October.
Explaining the mechanics of the promotion, Ssekandi encouraged consumers to keep texting their unique codes to 7111 for a chance to win the remaining 18 X-trails. He added that the second winner, Basudde Mutesasira, a resident of Mbarara would have his car delivered to him.
The sh3b Moto Moto promotion will see consumers instantly walk away with more than 3 million prizes. All one has to do is check under the crown and what you see is what you win! Instant prizes include DStv and GOtv decoders with 3 months subscription, Nokia Asha phones, cooking oil, NOMI detergent, sugar, airtime, t-shirts and Pepsi products.