NAMIBIA Diamond company, NAMDIA has endorsed Luis Munana to the tune of N$50 000 in support of the Mobile Telecommunications (MTC) Gender Based Violence Knockout boxing project.
NAMDIA is the first company to endorse a personality in addition, the company bought one table for the event worth N$10 000 with all proceeds going to charity.
Munana who is one of the 20 male personalities that will fight on the night, is known for being a co-founder of the Windhoek fashion show, international model who has graced catwalks in London and USA as well as the owner of the WAKA MOO MOO children’s cartoons project.
Munana will face off against Award winning Gospel singer D-Naff in a four-round bout.
The MTC GBV knockout project that is aimed at creating awareness against gender-based violence against women and children, will take place on the 12 October 2019.
Speaking at the sponsorship handover event held in Windhoek yesterday, Namdia’s Acting chief executive officer Sven von Blottnitz said that, they are pleased to be part of such an important and meaningful initiative such as the MTC Knockout Project, which he believes will go a long way in educating the public about the various solutions to gender based violence.
“The Namdia Foundation is pleased to be part of this initiative with MTC. Educating the public and encouraging the public is a step in the right direction. We urge all Namibians to join hands and stop violence against our women and children.” he said.
MTC’s Chief Human Capital Officer, Tim Ekandjo applauded Namdia for taking the big step in supporting the GBV Knockout project saying that’ other companies should emulate the good gesture done by Namdia”
“You have picked a powerful personality who is up against D-NAFF. I am sure that he will not disappoint you,” jokes Ekandjo.