Shrestha, the bumper winner of eSewa Money Transfer, is coming to Nepal for the handover ceremony

Poorna Bahadur Shrestha has succeeded in winning a house in Kathmandu in the ‘My Digital Country’ campaign conducted by the digital remittance company Esewa Money Transfer.


In coordination with Lulu Exchange and Eseva Money Transfer, a special program was held at Lulu Branch, Sarjah to congratulate the winner and Ishwar Adhikari, Relationship Manager of Eseva Money Transfer, also invited Purna Bahadur Shrestha to the special handover ceremony in Nepal.

Faisal Ahmed, Lulu’s Deputy General Manager at the event; Chief Operating Officer Raghupathi Venkitakrishnan; Operations Head Digital Haresh Pillai, Media and Marketing Manager Azim Ummer and other customers were present at the branch.

Winner Shrestha has won a two-and-a-half-storied house built on an area of ​​3 annas in Bojepokhari, Ward No. 4, Mahalakshmi Municipality, Lalitpur. Purna Bahadur Shrestha had sent the remittance to the bank account through eSeva Money Transfer from Lulu Exchange, UAE.

Esewa Money Transfer launched the ‘My Digital Country’ campaign with the aim of encouraging legalization of remittances from abroad.

The company which has been promoting digital remittances through the ‘My Digital Country’ campaign announced that Nepalis in any country of the world will be given a two-and-a-half-storey house in Kathmandu as a bumper gift to one person when they send money to the bank account or ISEWA wallet of the desired person in Nepal.

People who sent remittances from October 7 to June 6 participated in this campaign. Under the ‘Mero Digital Desh’ campaign, we also provided attractive gifts to the customers’ homes every month.

Esewa Money Transfer has been depositing remittances into the accounts of more than 75 million users of Esewa wallet and any bank and financial institution through traditional and digital means.

In addition, eSeva Money Transfer has been providing remittance payment services to its customers through its more than 1,75000 cash points.

ESewa Money Transfer, approved by Nepal Rastra Bank in 2019, is also a sister company of Fwan Soft Group, which has been empowering more than 16 million people and more than 100,000 organizations across the country through fintech-based payment services.

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Rabins Sharma Lamichhane

Rabins Sharma Lamichhane is senior ICT professional who talks about #it, #cloud, #servers, #software, and #innovation. Rabins is also the first initiator of Digital Nepal. Facebook: rabinsxp Instagram: rabinsxp

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