Malawi Posts Corporation conducts first Zikomo Promotion 

Malawi Posts Corporation (MPC) conducted first Zikomo Promotion draw targeting people who travel in their buses and also those who send their goods on courier.

MPC draw
Ida Nkolimbo reading the name of the winner
MPC draw

The promotion will run from up to March 30 2021 with  various prizes ranging from money, golf shirts, T shirts, mug, umbrellas and caps to be won.

Speaking during the draw, MPC acting director  of courier and buses, Thom Kachali said: “In response to the positive response of their customers towards the promotion.

“We are very grateful to our customers for their response on the promotion. We have enjoyed massive support from Malawians,” said Kachali.

During the draw, the 10  winners from both regions  won assorted prizes including T shirts, Mugs, Umbrellas.

In a phone interview  with Nyasa Times after the draw, one of the winners, Spenson Nyirenda, who won a T shirt, said he  was excited with the prize and was more motivated to continue travelling using Post buses.

In order to enter the promotion, a person has to travel using Post buses where they will be required to fill their names, and phone numbers.

The grand prize money is K300, 000,while second prize is K150, 000.Third prize money is K50, 000.

The second draw will be conducted on 19 March with the last one expected to take place on 3rd April 2021.

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2 years ago

Choyambilila Post Office must do is to earn people’s trust with your services.
1 Katundu ukatumiza via Post Office chances are high kuti sakafika kapena akafika mochedwa
2 Create a tracking and notification system munthu azitha kudziwa what is happening ndi parcel yake.
3 Katundu ochokela kunja amasowa, I am a testimony perfume wanga anasowa anthu kumangokanilana.
4 Ma bus anu ali ndi mbiri yoipa kuti amayenda mwangozi no wonder akhala involved in so many accidents and fatalities.

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