24 Kenyans have won a total of Ksh 100,000 in weekly winnings in the ongoing Kenya Breweries Limited consumer promotion dubbed Tekeleza Teke Teke. This is part of KBL’s Ksh. 100 million consumer initiative to support bottled beer drinkers in pursuit of their dreams.
So far, a total amount of Ksh 2.4 million in cash has been disbursed, and Ksh 10.55 million worth of airtime paid out to winning customers.
Samuel Kimani, Job Ibencha, and Peter Gitau, from Kiambu, Kisii, and Garissa respectively, are among the lucky winners who have won Ksh. 100,000 each. Other cash winners were Marion Njambi, Onesmus Mutinda, and Robert Njuki from Umoja, Machakos, and Limuru.
David Mukuna, a construction supplies dealer, said he will use the cash won to expand his small business in Nakuru.
Marion Njambi, a housewife in Umoja who lost her job during the Covid -19 pandemic, expressed that the winnings will be invested in a cereal shop and use the business proceeds to fend for her family.
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KBL controls about 90 percent of the Kenyan beer market and is one of the most profitable markets in Africa, driven by strong population growth, a growing middle class, and a dynamic private sector.