Friday, 3 August 2012


The top three contestants of the Tusker Project Fame reality show were given medical packages as part of the prizes by Resolution Health East Africa Ltd.
The show that kicked off on 3rd June and is broadcasted across East Africa concluded with the crowning of Kenyan Contestant Ruth Matete as the winner after eight weeks of intense competition.
Resolution Health East Africa invested over Kshs 31 million in form of various medical cover packages in the initiative aimed at tapping and developing aspiring young adults' musical talent and skills.
In the Strategic  sponsorship deal, Resolution Health  offered  in-patient medical cover to the contestant under the Resolution Health Advantage plan worth Kshs 1.5 Million each,  basic medical checks, provision of a well-stocked First Aid kit and out-patient Consultation and Medications cover worth Kshs 200,000..
This past weekend, the top three contestants Ruth Matete, Doreen Muchiri and Jackson Kalimba walked away with medical insurance packages for a one year period and worth over Kshs. 8.5Million
Resolution Health's Marketing Manager, Eunie Khimulu Nyakundi, said the sponsorship had been designed to ensure the wellness of all involved as well as advocate for self-development.
'Tusker Project Fame has grown over the years and has gained more recognition across East Africa and this sponsorship is in line with Resolution Health's commitment to support nurturing and growth of talent", she noted.
Tusker Project Fame is a reality Music television show in which 15 selected contestants compete by performing on stage to live audiences through an 8 week period.