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Kfm listener wins Shs11.2m mystery sound CHALLENGE


As we celebrated Heroes’ Day, a lucky KFM listener had more reason to celebrate after she won Shs11.2m. Munila Kiwundu Makoha is the winner of the KFM Mystery Sound challenge that has been running for the last six months.
She called in during D’Mighty Breakfast Show on Wednesday morning and gave the right answer to the challenge which was “A safe Vault Opening”.
It was not surprising that she got the answer right as she is a former employee of KCB, so she has definitely had a safe vault opening before.
A thrilled Makoha, could hardly conceal her excitement.
The Mystery Sound Challenge runs every morning on D’Mighty Breakfast show where listeners are asked to identify a sound clip to win a jackpot which grows by Shs100,000 per day.
Also ongoing is the Brain Busters challenge which involves a general knowledge brain teaser. The Brain Buster jack pot currently stands at Shs5.6m as it grows by Shs10,000 per day.  The Brain Buster game runs in all shows across the day.

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