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Presidential Advisor endorsed by Bank Windhoek in MTC’s Knock-Out Project

Presidential Advisor endorsed by Bank Windhoek in MTC’s Knock-Out Project

Bank Windhoek this week endorsed Presidential Advisor on Youth Matters & Enterprise Development, Daisry Mathias as their preferred choice of an eminent personality to carry through their brand during the upcoming MTC Knockout Project concert, slated for 03 October at the National Theatre of Namibia.

Jacqueline Pack, Executive Officer: Marketing and Corporate Communication services at Bank Windhoek, expressed appreciation to the MTC Knockout Project, by highlighting that the project addresses “a deep and serious societal challenge that requires a unified front.”

“We are proud to support the MTC Knockout Project, through Daisry Mathias and believe that the contribution made will support efforts in assisting towards the issue of homelessness,” Pack said.

Mathias is paired with Pride whose real name is Pride Panashe Mafukidze, whose musical exploits is in the gospel space mixed with other genres such as kwaito, hip-hop and afro pop.

Accepting the gesture, Mathias observed that “homelessness is a fight that will need all stakeholders to effectively bring about a meaningful impact in society.”

Tickets for online viewing retail at N$50 which provides access to the entire concert online. Those who wish to watch it live from the theatre will be charged N$500 only. Patrons can also choose to donate by sending the word “Knockout” to 222 at a cost of N$20. All proceeds will go to assisting the homeless.

Caption: MTC’’s John Ekongo, Bank Windhoek’s Jacqueline Pack, Presidential Advisor on Youth Matters & Enterprise Development Daisry Mathias and musician Pride Panashe.


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