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Receiving her X-trail, Joweria Nassimbwa, a hostel cleaner in Kansanga said she owed it all to her son.
“People have been saying these things are not real but I have proved them wrong. My friends said I was wasting my time by participating in this Moto Moto promotion. I am now waiting for my son to return from school so we can drive in the X-trail. He is the one who encouraged me to participate in the promotion. I must ride in it and show people that I was not wasting time. Idd has come with all this. Allah is great,” said Nassimbwa, adding that she is searching for someone to chauffeur her around since she does not know how to drive.
The other winner, Geoffrey Luyombya, 29, a wholesale shop owner in Nansana encouraged participants to continue drinking Pepsi products so they too can win.
“I was very happy when I received a call on Wednesday night telling me that I had won a Nissan X-trail in the Moto Moto promotion. A few minutes later, I started receiving phone calls from friends, my siblings and relatives congratulating me. I thank God that I won because I have been footing but now I must drive my car. I will use it for shopping merchandise to stock my shop.”
Tuhirwe, CBL Territory Development Manager reiterated the need for consumers to continue sending messages to 7111.
“There are four more cars to go. The more effort you put in now, the higher your chances of winning,” she said.
Tuhirwe also urged the gathered crowd to continue buying Pepsi, Mirinda and Mountain Dew for a chance to win the remaining instant prizes including sugar, cooking oil, detergent, GOtv & DStv decoders, Nokia Asha smart phones and bicycles among others.