SOCCER FAN WIN 21M SPORTPESA JACKPOT

Vidija from Western Kenya wins 21 million sportpesa jackpot. PHOTO /VERA SHAWIZA

SOCCER FAN SCORES BIG WITH A KSH21 MILLION SPORTPESA JACKPOT WIN  

 

 

By Vera Shawiza

 

 

Ardent football fan Maurice Vidija Muliango is the newest

millionaire in town having just bagged Ksh21,466,422 winnings

after correctly predicting the outcome of 13 football matches

correctly in the SportPesa Mid-Week Jackpot.

 

It is second time lucky for Maurice, a die-hard Arsenal fan, having

previously won Ksh1.8 million in multi-bets and a bonus of

Ksh26,000 through gaming with SportPesa. The delighted winner

couldn’t hide his delight for his biggest win yet saying he is now

unstoppable.

 

“First, I would like to thank SportPesa for the transparency in the

gaming process. Secondly, I would like to encourage fellow gamers

to never give up. Keep predicting the matches and very soon you

will get it right and be rewarded. While we do this as a hobby, the

winnings help us build ourselves, provide better for our families

and transform lives,” said an elated Maurice.

 

He revealed the satisfaction one derives from predicting the

outcome of a game correctly, a satisfaction that is even sweeter

when one is rewarded. He has now set his sight on the mega

jackpot.

 

Maurice, a civil servant, says that he has been gaming since its

introduction in Kenya. He sees it as a way of further supporting his

passion – football. With his winnings, he plans to inject more capital

in his investment projects that will ensure his future is secure when

he retires from the civil service. He will also plan a special treat for

his family and close friends.

 

Earlier in the year, Mutuku Muoka, a businessman in Nairobi also

bagged Ksh12,444,453 in a midweek jackpot.

 

SportPesa has been involved in supporting community projects

across the country in the areas of maternal health, menstrual

health and sports. Most recently, the company equipped a

maternity wing at Ndarawetta Dispensary in Bomet County in

addition to sponsoring Heels4Pads, an organisation that champions

menstrual hygiene among girls. SportPesa also gave a shot in the

arm to the Wazee Pamoja League with a Ksh800,000 sponsorship.

 

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