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Pay-tv rewards loyalists with business ventures

Pay-tv rewards loyalists with business ventures

Three loyal Gogetters, Diaz Matende, Geraldine Tjiveze and Mornay Nghumonollys were recently announced as the winners of the GOtv Win a Business competition. The three each walked away with a mobile kiosk worth N$70 000.

Roger Gertze, MultiChoice Namibia General Manger, congratulated all the winners and emphasized that MultiChoice Namibia seeks to enrich the lives of its customers, “The idea behind the GOtv Win a Business Competition was to give the winners a prize that is self-sustaining, that will enhance their lives and ease the burden in these tough economic times.”

The GOtv Win a Business Competition was launched in December 2016. Subscribers who stayed connected none-stop to GOtv between December 2016 and March 2017, were automatically entered into the draw. Winners were randomly selected from the central, western and northern regions of Namibia. The draws were conducted live on Radio Energy and Westcoast FM during the month of April.

Born and raised in Swakopmund, Mornay Nghumonollys is a self-employed consultant. The father of five who lives in Swakopmund’s Mondesa location, expressed his gratitude to GOtv for the mobile kiosk. He plans to use it to sell fish and chips as a way to supplement his income, “This is such a great prize, I can use it to make a living, my children will be very happy to hear that I won,” he said. Mornay has been a loyal GOtv customer and says his favourite channels are Kyk-Net and M-Net Action.

Originally from Windhoek, Geraldine Tjiveze is a CSSB Technician at the Ongewdiva Media Park Hospital. Geraldine could not contain her excitement when she found out she was a winner, “I am very happy, I have never won anything before, I am a mother of five and this will be a huge help to me.” Geraldine encouraged other Namibians to get GOtv, “GOtv is very affordable and there is something for everyone in my family,” she said.

Diaz Matende hails from Kavango East, he now lives in Rehoboth and works in construction. Diaz who was the first to receive his prize has already started using the kiosk as a business. The father of three was ecstatic when he heard he was a winner. He explained that the kiosk will benefit his whole family.

“I have already started using the kiosk, I sell kapana and cool drinks from it. This is a wonderful prize to win because it will support my whole family. The extra money will help me put my children through school, which means they will have a bright future,” he said.

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