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I am an avid reader of your wonderful newspaper, so when the chance came, it felt like the most natural thing to do, to reach out to you.

I would like to draw your attention to a young man by the name of Paul Mwanza whom maybe, has not received any media attention after having been one of the few individuals to be drafted into the British team taking part in the world renowned Iron Man competition.,

This is a grueling competition, requiring extreme fitness. It involves a swimming part of no less than 5Km, a cycling part as well as a marathon, making it one of the most competitive titles in the world.

The kicker is, this young man is of Zambian decent, and was recently in Zambia.

Maybe it was his personal choice to come in and leave unnoticed, but having met him I was privileged to be able to get his contacts as well as promise him that I would do my best to get him some coverage.

He was only here for a few days and had to return for training.

He gave me a number he could be contacted on in case the media wants to initiate communication with him whether directly or via WhatsApp.

I’ll be most grateful to see you cover him, even in a small way.

His contact is; Paul Mwanza: 00 44 7894 563224

Many thanks


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