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21-year-old Entrepreneur Wins Brand New Isuzu NMR Truck

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21-year-old Wincate Wawira Mwaniki, a businesswoman, and a mother of one from Muthatari centre in Embu is the winner of the brand-new Isuzu NMR Truck in the ongoing “Jaza Raha Na Shell, Shinda Nyumba” promotion.

The winner drove off with the new Isuzu NMR Truck valued at Ksh4 million. The handover event brought to the mid-term stage the twelve-week consumer promotion, in which customers are winning daily, weekly and monthly prizes.

Wawira who is also a small-scale farmer plans to use the truck to venture into farm produce transportation.

“I am very delighted to win the Isuzu NMR, I did not expect to be the winner. I am really grateful to Shell for giving me the opportunity to make my dreams come true,” she said.

The National Consumer Campaign, which kicked off on November 12, 2021, has seen consumers win daily and weekly prizes. To participate, consumers will receive a scratch card to reveal an alphanumeric code upon purchasing Shell Fuels or Shell Lubricants. The Consumers will then dial *384*300#, text the code to follow the prompts, and input the code. Consumers will be notified of their entry to the promotion.

“I take this opportunity to congratulate Wincate Wawira Mwaniki for being the lucky winner of this powerful vehicle, the Isuzu NMR Truck. It will go a long way in improving and enhancing her business. The promotion is a way of giving back to our customers and boosting their business plans and income. All we can say is thank you for patronizing Shell service stations,” said Vivo Energy Kenya Managing Director Mr Peter Murungi.

Rose Mombo the sales manager, Corporate, Aid and Development Isuzu East Africa thanked Vivo Energy Kenya for according Isuzu East Africa the opportunity of being their logistical provider. She also assured the winner that she has the full support of Isuzu East Africa on after-sales service.

For eligibility to participate, motorcyclists are required to spend a minimum of Ksh300, while motor vehicle drivers are required to spend a minimum of Ksh1000.

Read: Vivo Energy Opens Its 250th Shell Service Station In Kenya

>>> Shell targets upmarket Lavington population with new convenience block

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FRANCIS MULI
FRANCIS MULIhttp://www.businesstoday.co.ke
Editor and writer, Francis Muli has a passion for human interest stories. He holds a BSc in Communication and Journalism from Moi University and has worked for various organisations including Kenya Television Service. Email:[email protected]
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