BetNare has started a thrilling promotion called “Chomoka na Nduthi,” in which players can win cash prizes and brand-new motorcycles.
Through its betting platform, BetNare hopes to educate the public about responsible driving practices through this campaign, which is part of its road safety awareness program.
For this promotion, the Kenyan betting site has teamed up with Car and General, a reliable motorcycle dealer. The lucky winners will receive brand-new TVS motorcycles from Car and General. This partnership demonstrates BetNare’s dedication to empowering its clients and advancing traffic safety.
During the partnership signing, Kennedy Wanjahi, head of technology at BetNare, stated that the campaign aims to educate many people about road safety, in addition to empowering its clients.
BetNare is aware that a large number of its customer base consists of motorcycle taxis or boda boda riders. In addition to providing customers with betting options, the organization aims to raise their knowledge of road safety precautions, especially as the holiday season draws near. By doing this, BetNare hopes to lower traffic accidents and encourage boda boda riders to ride responsibly.
Most of our clients are the boda boda riders and we not only want them to bet and win but also to enlighten them on observing road safety measures especially as we head towards the festive period.
We also realise that most of local football fans use motorbikes to access stadia during football matches and that dictated our decision to introduce the Chomoka na Nduthi campaign.Kennedy Wanjahi, Head of Technology BetNare
The company also offers cash rewards to football pundits who make accurate predictions. Shop vouchers, PlayStation consoles, favorite team jerseys, and cash rewards in the form of daily and monthly prizes will be given to the lucky punters. Motorcycles Promotion BetNare
Together with boda boda and Tuktuk associations, BetNare has promised to donate an additional Sh8 million to road safety awareness initiatives that will reach boda boda riders in Nairobi, Kiambu, Kajiado, Bomet, Eldoret, Kisumu, and Kakamega counties.