National Bank of Malawi dangles K6 million for Valentines promo

Listed National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc has rolled out a Valentine promotion dubbed ‘Va Ma Love Ndi Mo’ where customers will walk away with cash prizes totaling to K6 million.

Akossa Hiwa: Valentine’s Day gives us all the perfect opportunity to enjoy some lighthearted moments with loved ones

NBM plc Marketing and Corporate Affairs Manager Akossa Hiwa said in an interview yesterday that at least 120 customers with the highest number of transactions on the Bank’s digital platforms will have K50,000 credited to their accounts to boost their Valentine’s Day budgets.

“We are all aware that the year 2021 has started out on a sour note due to the recent upsurge of the Covid-19 pandemic and as a bank we thought of celebrating St Valentines with our customers and prospective customers to bring positivity and hope.”

“Eligible channels for this promotion are Mo626 Ice, Mo 626 Digital + and BankNet 360. We would like our customers to embrace digital channels as they are both safe and convenient. With the ‘Va Ma Love Ndi Mo’ promotion, we will reward those with the highest transaction counts on payments, top-ups, wallet and account money transfers.

“Valentine’s Day gives us all the perfect opportunity to enjoy some lighthearted moments with loved ones and the promotion leverages on this to drive the uptake of digital channels in line with the Bank’s Digitization strategy,” said Hiwa.

She said the promotion started on February 5 and would close on 10th February 2021.

The promotion has excited the bank’s customers with many of them saying they have already started using the digital platforms.

“I have done a lot of digital transactions, I need to win,” one customer Edith Mkwaila wrote on the Bank’s social media page.

Another customer, Tionge Kalua, wrote that they had already transacted “We have already done the transactions”.

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Ernest Nyirenda
Ernest Nyirenda
5 months ago

I do not see the connection between prizes to be won and covid 19 issue here.

If one wins, he/she has to choose what to do with the money as it belongs to him/her

Chichi Wanga
Chichi Wanga
5 months ago

Ladies lets learn from Akossa how to keto diet with denje, chisoso, matemba a munga umozi and build a super Kim Kardashian’s figure whilst eating traditional Malawi food.

Bwande
Bwande
5 months ago

We are really a comedy, even our private sector, a pure drama…….it would make sense if the winner would chose which hospital to help – using the prize money,-covid patients………hmmmnnnnn, koma ku malawi…eeeishhhh paliponsetu below par thinkers..

Mtende
Mtende
5 months ago
Reply to  Bwande

Ndipo inu! ……ma transaction omwe ungapange customer kuti upezeke wawina would be more than MK50,000 in this case. Mphotho akukupatsa MK50,000.00. Doesn’t make sense unless ngati you already had plans for those transactions.

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