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Sports betting Security guard and female college Man U fan scoop Sh62 million Sportpesa Jackpot prize

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Julius Kerich, a security guard and23-year-old Quinter Nimo, a student at Eldoret College of Professional Skills, also narrowly missed to clinch Sh191, 848,715 million Mega Jackpot Prize.

Julius Kerich poses with his Sh31million Sportpesa dummy cheque. play Julius Kerich poses with his Sh31million Sportpesa dummy cheque. (Sportpesa)

A security guard from Kericho County and a female college Man U fan who are the latest millionaires in town after they each won a bonus pay out of Sh31, 002,159 for correctly predicting the outcome of 16 out of 17 Mega Jackpot Games.

Julius Kerich, a security guard and23-year-old Quinter Chemei Nimo, a student at Eldoret College of Professional Skills, also narrowly missed to clinch Sh191, 848,715 million.

Nimo, a passionate Manchester United fan, has won the highest amount ever by a woman, following business woman Elimah Khanaitsa’s Ksh22 million win in January 2016.

She said she started betting last year after witnessing a friend win one of the weekly jackpot bonuses.

Nimo who is a Supply Chain Management student placed a single bet worth Sh100 that eventually led her to win a cool Sh31 million.

play Quinter Chemei Nimo (right) is presented with her Sh31 million dummy cheque from Sportpesa's Assistant Marketing PR and Advertising Manager Esther Kang'ethe. (Sportpesa)

 

Mega Jackpot

Kerich lost the Sh191, 848,715 Mega Jackpot prize by a whisker after losing only one match – Wigan Vs Bristol City- played last Saturday.

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He had predicted a home win for Wigan however; the match ended one nil in favour of Bristol City.

SportPesa’s Chief Marketing Officer Kester Shimonyo congratulated the two for their win, urging them to spend wisely.

“We are delighted to change the lives of these two esteemed clients for the better.

They can now improve their standards of living with their millions and we are ready to give them a team of financial and legal advisors to ensure that they are not exploited by unscrupulous people. Our mantra is for sports betting lovers to always bet responsibly. Bet for the fun of it, ” Shimonyo said.

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