Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Betway jackpot winner strikes it big again with Sportpesa


Winnie Mabel Yesterday 16222
– Joseph Onywera smiled all the way to the bank after he won KSh 800,000 on Sportpesa gambling platform earlier this week in July 2016
– This is after he won KSh 20 million on Betway, another gambling platform, in May 2016
– He accredited his winnings to God’s grace and for that, he is involved in a number of charities in his Kisumu hometown
They say lightning never strikes one place twice, but for Kisumu’s Betway Jackpot winner Joseph Onywera, this is just a myth.
Betway jackpot winner strikes it big again with Sportpesa
Joseph Onywera stans in front of his mud house with a cheque from Betway after winning their KSh 20 million jackpot. Photo: Betway/Twitter
For him, winning the KSh 20 million jackpot was not enough and so he kept up his gambling habit only to strike the pot of gold once again.
According to Hivsasa, Onywera won another KSh 800,000 after placing bets on another gambling platform, Sportpesa this week.
Speaking to the news website on the phone, Onywera confirmed that indeed he had won the amount after placing a multibet of KSh 10,000.
“There is no formula for winning, but God’s grace and luck. I am just from withdrawing part of the money from Kadete market in Kanyagwal ward,” said Onywera as quoted on Hivisasa.
His earlier winnings brought about a few complications after his estranged wife showed up with their children, wanting Onywera to take them back.
She ran away from their marriage 15 years earlier, taking their sons with her but after Onywera won the jackpot, she brought back the children hoping he would educate them and give them a good life.
Onywera took back his children but refused to accept his wife back. He said he preferred staying a single man as he had been for the past decade.
Apparently, she left him because he was poor and had just lost his job as a fisherman.
A farmer now, he used part of his winnings to complete a catholic church project in his village. He also educates a number of orphaned children in the area.

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