Huawei reveals its MTN marathon Prize devices with a UGX 250M Cheque handover

The MTN Marathon is an annual social responsibility campaign by MTN Uganda that usually attracts support from Global technology wing Huawei. This year, the Chinese based brand has revealed that it won’t stop at supporting the cause, but also reward participants with some of its coolest releases.

Though Huawei didn’t reveal the device models it’s planning to reward Marathon winners. The Overall package bundled in a UGX 250 million cheque is just a tip on the iceberg

Among its coolest devices recently launched on the market include the Huawei nova 5T designed for Youthful users and the Mate 30 series that bring to life 5G compatibilities riding with no pre-installed Google services

Well, as if the MTN Marathon winners will cruise on the telco’s recently concluded Dabolo bonus formula, It’s a matter of time flaps as Huawei’s Managing Director inked

Just like last year, the MTN Marathon will have regional runs in Soroti, Arua and Masaka.

I confirm that we look forward to participate as a company though branding

we shall also giveaway some goodies to the participants and also have our representatives in the regional runs

Liujiawei Managing Director, Huawei Uganda

Additionally, MTN’s Chief Marketing Officer Mr. Sen Somdev hailed Huawei for its continued support to the marathon and goodies to be awarded to participants together with flagship devices for the Overal winners as he commented

With Huawei’s involvement in the MTN Kampala Marathon, we have positively impacted communities from the proceeds raised from the Kampala Marathon

In the same way, our longstanding work relationship has transformed the digital landscape for Uganda and contributed to our vision of delivering a bold new digital world to our customers

Sen somdev Chief marketing officer, MTN Uganda

In a nutshell, Huawei’s 2019 promise to this year’s MTN Marathon is a blend of excellence and couch of support to the Yello camp’s cause to improve maternal health in Uganda.

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