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Teenage Dancers Impress Econet Bosses At A Road Show


Two unknown teenage dancers got a shock of their life Friday when mobile network giants promised jobs at some of their shops


The two-dancers performed so well at a road show held at Corner Store Epworth, and the crowd voted them as best performers of the event.


” I’m Manhla , a 17 year old from Solani area in Overspill Munyuki , l shed tears of joy when our dance group declared the best at this event. My sincere gratitude goes to the Econet for organizing such an event and give us a job at their company as young dancers. I dropout school at form three because my mother can’t afford my school fees. I was doing nothing from them.” Said Manhla.



Shawn said he thank God for such important achievement.



” I dropout school at the age of sixteen towards form four registration period as my mother can’t afford raising my registration fee. I was doing nothing since then, besides go for gun to our dance group which we formed together with Manhla and too little boys after dropping school.” Said Shawn a 17 year old dancer.




The campaign started last year November and it will last up until 21 February 2023. US$375000,000 worth of prices are to be win by luck customers, which includes 8 residential stands, solar systems, four plate gas stoves, smart phones and a very big car Picka Pianto which has got a name and a surname, amongst other worth of prices to be won.




Robert Tapfumaneyi