Mr Zim living his dream

HARARE - Reigning Mr Zimbabwe, Champion Chienderamwano is living his dream after he was made the poster boy by his sponsors, Nutritech - a nutrition company based in South Africa.

The Botswana-based Zimbabwean bodybuilder signed a two-year contract with the South African nutritional company last September after winning the Musclemania Zimbabwe contest.

Under the terms of the endorsement deal, the local hulk receives  R5 000 worth of supplements as well as R3 000 spending money every month.

Chienderamwano repaid the sponsors’ faith two months later when he outshone every athlete to win his maiden Mr Zimbabwe title last year.

Nutritech recently produced giant posters of Chienderamwano advertising the company’s products and in South Africa and his current base Botswana.

“It’s the greatest achievement of my career and also good news monetary wise because my contract states that as long as posters of me are produced, my money will be increased to R10 000 a month and R5000 worth of supplements,” Chienderamwano tells the Daily News from Botswana.

“Firstly I would like to express gratitude to the whole Nutritech team of directors that have made my dream come true.

“I am now being advertised in most sports shops and supplement shops in South Africa and here in Botswana.”

The local bodybuilder, who is itching to defend both his titles, Musclemania Zimbabwe and Mr Zimbabwe said his desire would be to see Nutritech investing in the country.

“Really my heart is willing to bring Nutritech to Zimbabwe and at the moment I am negotiating with them to be part of the sponsors for our Mr Zimbabwe contest,” he said.

“I really want local bodybuilders to get close to the sponsor so that they can also become the face of Nutritech and also earn good monies through endorsements.”

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