drug geneva; font-size: small;”>At his home in Kisoro, where he hosted guests to a sumptuous meal, Emmanuel Ngirabakunzi, a car dealer, could not mask his excitement. The 41-year-old said he sent only 17 entries into the Moto Moto promotion but emerged the 5th winner of a Nissan X-trail.
“I know Chameleone’s voice so I was excited when I received a call from him saying I had won a Nissan X-trail. I became speechless. I did not know what to say. He invited me to rush to UBC immediately where they would give me my car but I knew that it was dangerous to drive in such an excited state. I knew I would knock someone. So I decided to wait at home. The following day, I received a call from Crown Beverages Limited confirming that I had won. I knew it was true because I had seen other people winning,” said the father of eight.
The second winner of the week, Muzamiru Mubiru failed to work the following day after the announcement that he had won Moto Moto’s 6th Nissan X-trail.
“I have always participated in the Pepsi promotions but had never won anything. This time with Moto Moto, I first won airtime, which I loaded and used to continue sending messages to 7111. And then Chameleone called and told me that I had won a Nissan X-trail. I was so excited; I did not sleep after that phone call. Even when I went to work the following day, I could not concentrate on the job,” said the 30-year-old electrician as preparations for a celebratory meal went underway.
Muzamiru sent a total 183 entries into the draw.
Speaking at the event, Charles Byona, Regional Sales Manager encouraged consumers to keep texting for a chance to win the remaining 14 Nissan X-trails and millions more of the instant prizes including DStv and GOtv decoders with 3 months subscription, Nokia Asha smart phones, cooking oil, NOMI detergent, sugar, airtime, t-shirts, caps and Pepsi products.