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Gwanda Woman (32) Reveals Her “Secret Charm” After Walking Away From OK Grand Challenge 2022 With Two Cars 

A Gwanda woman who walked away with two cars from the Ok Grand Challenge Jackpot Promotion final event that was held at Borrowdale Racecourse in Harare on Saturday has revealed how she has managed to secure her luck.

Portia Dube (32), a married mother of two, won two Nissan NP200s which were sponsored by two of OK Zimbabwe Limited’s partners for the event, Arenel and CABS.

According to Dube, this is not her first time winning from promotions.

In an interview with Sunday News, Dube said:

I am so elated at having won these two cars. Last year, I won five times from weekly draws. This year, I have been buying at OK shops almost every day.

I was targeting products that were on promotion and my hopes were high this year considering the number of entries I made. That is why I travelled all the way from Gwanda.

Speaking at the event, OK Zimbabwe board chairperson Herbert Nkala said 47 cars were up for grabs at this year’s promotion.

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Said Nkala:

The race day has always marked the final moments of our promotion. We are giving away 47 cars today, which has never happened before in the history of our promotions here in Zimbabwe and in Southern Africa at one go.
The promotion has grown bigger, better and much more exciting. The 44 cars out of 47 are coming from our supplier partners and three are coming directly from us.

Prosper Zambuko from Kwekwe, also walked away with a Ford Ranger Double Cab which was the main prize from OK Zimbabwe Ltd.

In other news, iHarare reported that the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission recently arrested a NetOne cashier who stole at least $150 million from the mobile network operator in an elaborate airtime voucher scam.

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The 39-year-old cashier went on a car buying spree and splurged on at least 6 cars over 3 years.

The NetOne cashier has been identified as Daniel Kalira (39).


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