Last opportunity for K1.5m prize in Zampira promo

In the count down to the finale of Malawi’s Super League, the long-term sponsor TNM Plc has announced final prediction match between Nyasa Big Bullets and Masters Security to be played this coming Saturday at MDC stadium in Blantyre.

Limbani Nsapato: This is the last opportunity to all football fans

Speaking during the weekly draw of Zampira promotion in Blantyre TNM’s Senior Manager, Business Services, Limbani Nsapato said the company is ready to dish out the K1.5 million grand prize to a lucky fan who will emerge winner in the on-going Zampira interactive SMS promotion.

“This is the last opportunity to all football fans to increase their chances of winning the grand prize of K1.5 million in Zampira promotion. This game between Nyasa Big Bullets and Masters Security will be the final prediction match in the Zampira promotion this season and to participate, subscribers are required to send an SMS of their prediction to code 1515,” said Nsapato

Nsapato said since the launch of the promotion in June this year TNM has given out over K9 million during weekly and monthly draws to lucky winners.

“During the first week of January 2018, TNM will conduct the grand prize draw of K1.5 million and champion prediction draw where two soccer fans are expected cart home K250,000 each hence I would like to encourage fans to utilize this last chance,’ said Nsapato.

During the weekly draw for the match between Be Forward Wanderers and Masters Security 4,042 predictions were registered against 73 correct predictions.

Launched on June 7, 2017, Zampira is an interactive SMS promotion for soccer fans is aimed at engaging soccer fans directly through sending predictions of results for a chosen game weekly and the 2017 season champion.


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