- Samuel Guya, 72, is a subsistence farmer from Kisumu County
- He plans to invest in the real estate sector
Nairobi, May 29, 2015…. Samuel Guya, a 72 year old subsistence farmer from Kisumu is the 11th Dunga Milli Mashinani winner. He is the second last winner of the Dunga Milli Mashinani campaign that comes to a close next week.
Speaking at the event GOtv Kenya General Manager, Felix Kyengo asked that more people take advantage of the Ksh. 1399 Dunga Milli deal this coming week. “We will be in Western Kenya from June 4th, 2015 with the NMG-GOtv caravan. We urge the people of Western Kenya to visit the caravan and go digital with GOtv. We have the best and widest variety programming on offer at the most affordable rate in the market and each week we make one Kenyan a millionaire. As a company, we are excited about the ongoing digital migration and we will not relent on our commitment to being the true migration partners and leaders in the digital arena by offering the best quality local and international programming as we accelerate Kenya’s digital migration process.”
Mr. Guya said that he is glad to have bought the GOtv decoder since he is now able to watch the Lolwe TV station that broadcasts in the Luo dialect. “Previously, it had been difficult to understand the Swahili news since much of it has very deep Swahili words. But with GOtv, I now have access to news that is relayed in a language I understand. I therefore urge other Kenyans to experience the digital migration with GOtv and especially before the ‘Dunga Milli Mashinani’ competition comes to a close.”
Mr. Guya intends to venture into the real estate sector by constructing residential houses in Kisumu. He will also use part of the money to support her 25-year old daughter’s tertiary education.
Gotv decoders will for the next one week only continue to retail at only Ksh. 1, 399, including 2 months GOtv Plus subscription and this will be the last week GOtv subscribers will be rewarded with a million shillings and daily prizes of 15,000, mobile phone airtime and annual GOtv subscriptions.
For more info on GOtv’s exciting ‘Dunga Milli” campaign and prizes or to find out where to buy your GOtv decoder visit our website on www.gotvafrica.com.