Lucky Kenyan wins SportPesa midweek jackpot

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One Mr. Alfred Kwendo, father of two girls is the latest SportPesa millionaire in town.

The Kitale dweller predicted 13 matches correctly that saw him win a whopping Ksh. 10, 000, 00.

According to SportPesa Official Facebook account, Mr Kwendo said he intends to invest in real estate building with his newly found fortune.

‘’ Meet Alfred Kwendo, SportPesa's latest Mid-Week Jackpot Winner of Kshs. 10,000,000/=! Hailing from Kitale, married & a father of two girls, he intends to invest in land among other things with his newly acquired millions, ’read part of the statement.

Kwendo also revealed that he won the jackpot by guessing the outcome of the matches

‘’Kwendo a Gor Mahia and Manchester United guessed all his match predictions in his triumphant quest for last week's Kshs. 10,000,000/= SportPesa Jackpot.’’

SportPesa runs the midweek jackpot games which will start over again at Sh10 million and the amount keeps increasing weekly until someone wins by correctly predicting the outcome of 13 games.

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