Sportpesa Jackpot millionaire pays off huge debt

Abisai cleared his debt by making a one-off payment.

Sportpesa Mega Jackpot Winner Samuel Abisai.

According to The Nation, Abisai made a one-off payment of Sh256, 000 to Helb after which he awarded an undergraduate clearance certificate.

“I made the decision to pay off this loan as a show of responsibility for the funds I was given while I was at university and also to enable other deserving students to access Helb loans,” said Mr Abisai.

Born into a family of 12, Abisai was forced to the streets early in life before being sponsored through school by Compassion International until he joined University of Nairobi to study Mandarin.

He completed his studies in China before being employed by a Chinese firm in Kenya on his return.

Abisai was the first Kenyan to win the Mega Jackpot after correctly predicting 17 matches which earned him a cool Sh221 million in May.

Earlier this month, Abisai  invited fans to visit his new fashion clothes design office set to be opened this month.

He has launch of a new studio where he will put emphasis on improving his services with pretty designs and quick delivery.

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