Kameme Tv's Wangeci Wa Kariuki Announces a Ksh 5000 Giveaways Under The Following Guidelines
By Tibznews | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 0 views
In a recent social media post, Wangeci Wa Kariuki kicked off by stating that she wanted to gift one of her butter lovers with Ksh 5000 more so those that have been hit hard by the 3rd wave of Covid making them not afford the butter by simply stating how they have been affected by the pandemic.
She also reminded the participants to include their Fechi butter experience accompanied with a photo of their tin. She also stated that they usually gift the most liked testimony which is why one should tag their friends regarding the same.
On seeing the post, many of her followers did not hesitate to participate in the giveaway by giving their testimonials in the comments section. Besides hosting the Kameme Tv's breakfast show, Wangeci Wa Kariuki also adds up as an entrepreneur behind the 'Fechi Organics' brand. This comes at a time when many are suffering due to the pandemic which is why winning the Ksh 5000 might go a long way for them.
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