Electrician from Majengo wins Sh17 Million in latest Sportpesa Jackpot

The father of two correctly predicted 13 games which saw him win a cool Sh17 million.

Mbukiza was unveiled on Monday as the latest Sportpesa jackpot winner after correctly predicting 13 games which saw him win a cool Sh17 million.

Mbukiza is an electrician and a father of two who resides and works in Majengo, Kericho County.

“My life has been upgraded!” an ecstatic Mbukiza who was overwhelmed by his triumph, exclaimed!

SportPesa runs the mid-week Jackpot games every week 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.

Last month, 31 year-old Violet Wandaho Gathu, a retired banker, won the Sportpesa Jackpot of Sh27, 246,319 after correctly predicting the outcome of 13 games.

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