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Optiven Launches Dance Competition, Winner To Walk Away With Acres Of Land

Optiven has launched an online dance challenge in its bid to increase the happiness levels in Kenya.

Optiven CEO George Wachiuri says that the dance challenge competition will also help Kenyans take a break from the ongoing toxicity that comes with politics.

According to Wachiuri, the winners of the dance challenge will walk away with half an acre piece of land in Nanyuki, number two will get a piece of land in Limuru while number three will get a piece of land in Konza.

“According to the World Happiness report 2022, Kenya has a 4.5 level of happiness. Currently Kenya is undergoing an electioneering period and this has added to the high level of toxicity because people are insulting one another all over,” said Wachiuri.

To participate in the challenge one has to take a video showcasing their dance style and posting it on social media using the #OptivenDanceChallenge. The person with the