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Two lucky Kenyans strike it rich

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By Standard Sports | Nov 1st 2017 | 1 min read
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A male nurse and Uber driver are the latest millionaires in town after striking it big from little-known mobile betting firm betPawa last weekend.

Paul Karanja and Abdi Ahmed staked Sh1m each, combining 26 teams in bet accumulator that yielded the windfall.

Karanja, a government nurse placed 10 different one-shilling multi-bets, and only realised he was on a winning path when 24 of the matches ended according to his predictions.

He nervously followed the remaining two through live score applications but still could not believe when the two concluded according to his prediction.

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