Multichoice Malawi launches Wati ‘win’ promotion

Solo television entertainment service provider, Multichoice Malawi, has launched a promotion that aims to garner enough votes to make Malawi housemate, Wati P, win the finals of Big Brother Stargame dubbed ‘WATI IS IN THE FINAL… DON’T MISS IT…!

Titiana Katenga-Kaunda said the promotion is asking Malawians and all people who like Wati to vote for him as he is already in the finals and up close to winning the US$300,000 cash prize at stake.

She advices fans to: “Send a goodwill SMS to Wati to 15626 or through Big Brother website (africamagic.tv/bigbrother).

“You can also vote by texting ‘VOTE WATI’ 15626 and login to Big Brother website, click vote and then click Wati from 8pm on Monday 30th July 2012 up to Sunday before 6pm, 5th August. That way you stand a chance to win various prizes we have put on line, including decoders,” she told Nyasa Times.

Wati: In the final

The promotion comes on the heels of Wati’s leap to the finals last week when he won Head of House task and also survived possible eviction – sending him straight to the finals.

Additionally, adds Katenga-Kaunda, Multichoice has organised a welcome home party for the 22-year-old Lilongwe-based Watipaso Kulemeka slated for 10th August 2012 at the famous Nzazi in the capital city, Lilongwe, supported by Coca-Cola and Weekend Times, amongst other companies of goodwill.

Wati went into the house in May alongside cousin 22-year-old Alinafe ‘Nafe’ Kulemeka who was evicted about three weeks ago alongside a Zambian house. He has so far proved himself the winning material by surviving Downville the day Nafe was evicted, and getting into Upville to send shivers in celebs there.

He is the fourth Malawian housemate to make it into the finals of Africa’s biggest reality show, after Lomwe, Hazel, and Mzamose – who failed to bring the cash money home in unconvincing circumstances.

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