Saka Chapaa na Radio Maisha: Kisumu Herdsman wins Sh100,000 in fifth round
Peter Otieno is the winner of the fifth round of the Saka Chapaa na Radio Maisha competition.
The 30-year-old, Otieno, who is a herder from Kisumu County succeeded in locating the hidden Radio Maisha badge consequently winning Sh100,000.
The competition, now in its fifth week, involves searching for a hidden envelope with a Radio Maisha badge inside, where the winner is awarded cash upon discovery.
The fourth round of Saka Chapaa took place in Meru last week where Kennedy Njagi, a Meru Polytechnic student emerged the winner.
Previous winners include Samuel Lorupe from Lodwar, Phyllis Simiyu from Bungoma and Samuel Ogega from Kisii.
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