Betting firm accused of 'fixing' winners as another Kenyan wins Sh81 million Jackpot

Kenyans question credibility of recent Jackpot winners.

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SportPesa has been put on the spot by Kenyans on social media over the credibility of its jackpot winners.

This is after they announced that yet another Kenyan won the coveted jackpot worth Sh81 million on Saturday evening.

The announcement comes barely a week after 28 year old Samuel Abisai made headlines countrywide by bagging the Sh221 million mega jackpot.

And now Kenyans have questioned whether the latest jackpot winner is a marketing strategy by the betting firm to woo more people to gamble.

Most of them were of the opinion that the winner could have been ‘fixed’ as they sought to know how two jackpots worth over Sh300 million could have been won in just under a week.

However, the popular betting firm was quick to respond to those allegations saying that they conduct their business with utmost integrity.

The SportPesa jackpot is won once a gambler predicts all the 13 games correctly while the Mega Jackpot ,which currently stands at Sh100 million, is won when a gamester predicts 17 games correctly.

The new Sh81 million Jackpot winner will be unveiled soon.

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