16 November 2016 Last updated at: 10:17 AM
Rise Africa Reality TV show race reaches boiling point
With only two days away to the historic launch of the Rise Africa Reality TV Show in Lilongwe, tension is mounting on the 40 contestants as they scramble for space in the house.
Our entertainment reporter Lyonike Mughogho is among those fighting for space in the house. He faces strong competition from nine other contestants that were picked in the old capital Zomba to represent the Eastern region.
The 22 year old will only make it in the house if and only if he makes it in the top 5 of the Eastern region as determined by your votes. As we are counting down to the launch, Friday evening at Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC), show some love for this young man who has always put his country at heart by voting in numbers.
By voting you will enter the competition in which a lucky winner will get away with Tnm or Airtel credit worth K3000 and a K15 000 worth laptop bag. All you have to do is send ZA10 to 51025, as many times as you can. An SMS costs K50, and do not forget to send screenshots or a delivery report, having voted, to the following WhatsApp number 0882217591.
He is one of the young contestants, but with a vision that will bring a change in Malawi should he emerge victorious in the end. He will use the money to sponsor poor secondary school students on the verge of surrendering their dreams on financial grounds.
“We cannot always wait for the government to solve all the problems. As citizens we have an obligation to elevate the status of our nation, yes we can and we will,” says Mughogho
The reporter promises to support secondary school education across Malawi regardless of tribal boundaries, if the K10 million ultimate prize will fall into his account.
“Let us get into the house together, fight for the prize together, win it together and use it for our benefit. Am only chasing our money, not my money,” he said.
Hello Malawi let us vote in numbers as we are remaining with only a two days before voting closes. A better Africa is knocking, let’s unlock the barrier by putting the key into this young man’s hands.
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