Law Student Can Now Attend Pupillage

Martha Mura at the Lotto offices

Martha Wangari Mura walks to the Lotto offices 3 days after her big win.

It is her navy blue 3 – piece suit accompanied by her head – high spirit that steals the show.

The law student this second time, unlike the former looks more courageous and aware of her environment.

Ninafurahia sana kuwa mshindi kwa mara ya pili wa Lotto

Martha amidst all her radiancy

When your luck deserts you, even cold food burns

That though, is unlike Miss Martha’s case, the final year law educatee at the Kenya School of Law – Karen Campus is a two time winner with Lotto.

On 6th Feb 2021, Miss Martha proceeds’ to win 200K in the Valentine Jackpot & divides it half – half with her father who in her own words,

Dad is the only person that loves me for real

and sincerely

Martha in verbatim
Martha during her first win

Fate would then have it that the determined Miss would proceed to play towards the 50M Jackpot in 3rd March.

Winning her 250K instead, during the Lotto Live Show.

I was offered 20K which I rejected during the Live Show game, opting for box number 3, which won me 250K!

Martha narrates

Martha aims at making her peers from Laikipia county proud by chasing her law career to the core!

She can now comfortably rent her own house, finish paying all her school arrears & live comfortably during pupillage, as it comes with numerous complications.

Lotto is also for youngsters like me

Don’t just leave it for the old people

Martha Wangari concluded

Why Would A Farmer Love His Daughter So Much?

Benjamin and Daughter on receiving his cheque

There’s two things I know for sure: She was sent here from heaven and she’s daddy’s little girl.”

Bob Carlisle

Quoted are the exact expressions of Benjamin Kabochi simply translated in verbatim

Becky loves me than the rest of my children.

I don’t care what they say and think about this move.

Benjamin in a stern voice

Benjamin Kabochi Mashara is more elated than a ballon that just popped to win Lotto’s 200K Jackpot in the Valentine’s Powerdraw.

Among the 6 lucky winners he can’t hide his excitement & to add to the fact that he’s sharing the prize with his dearest daughter.

The Farmer from Nakuru – Wanyororo has been playing since 2016 winning 200/= on two different ocassions.

"The blessing that comes with playing Lotto really steers me up"

It’s the Chakula Kwa Wote, Ambulance Mashinani, Covid Food, Jiggers Awareness; Lotto Foundation activities that get’s Benjamin playing twice per day.

Mr.Mashara , while basking on one of those lazy days checked up his phone to find a congratulatory message plus 80,000Ksh deposited to his phone from LOTTO!

In the looming joy he opted to start by calling his doubtful friends spurring them about the realness of the game.

The win comes in timely for the potatoes & maize farmer, considering it’s the growing season.

I will definitely buy fertilizers & seeds


impelled the jackpot winner

Benjamin’s last born daughter, Rebecca Waithera – chosen to get 100K of the won money as his preferred Valentine for the season bubbling in a deep laugh assented…

“I’m excessively happy.

It’s true, I love my dad”

I will start playing Lotto exclusively because of my dad”

County Lockdown a blessing because…

Father chooses son to receive extra 100K valentines prize

Charles Muli Kakya was declared a winner of 100,000ksh plus an extra 100,000ksh for his partner on Lotto’s VALENTINE JACKPOT on February 6th 2021

Charles who is 69 and a resident of Kitui is currently unemployed due to an accident that left him nursing serious injuries.

The 69 year old had been a long distance driver for several years before his unfortunate accident.

Charles who is married and a father of 7 had been playing lotto since 2015 before his big win.

For the father of 7, the biggest influence to start playing lotto was the simple belief that he would be a winner one day. This belief did not make him a winner just once but a winner over 5 times with lotto.

The long time lotto player would even borrow money to play and sometimes get discouraged by people who thought he was wasting his time and money.

Now in 2021, the old man has a lot to say and show to those who did not believe in his dream.

The day after his win, the valentines jackpot winner called over all his friends and neighbors for a lunch bbq just to prove his win.

He also went ahead to give 100,00ksh to his son because of the support and love he has shown his father.

The rest of the win amount he will clear some school fees balances for his children and also send them pocket money.

The jackpot winner encourages everyone to play lotto because it is true and real.


Vlogger gifts his grandfather with 100k valentines bonus

John Wanjala Sinani was declared a winner of 100,000ksh plus an extra 100,000ksh for his partner on Lotto’s VALENTINE JACKPOT on February 13th 2021

John who is 31, married and a father of one has been a vlogger and farmer for several years.

The 31 year old had been playing lotto since December 2019 before his big win.

”Too many life problems made me start playing lotto, i just needed a big win to change my life a little bit” the vlogger admitted during his interview

True to his word, John chose his grandfather to receive the 100K valentines bonus to support his medical condition.

Although the vlogger can call himself a lotto winner today, he doubted every bit of it on that lucky Saturday as he expressed that the winner message he received did not have a code as he was used to.

John only came to believe his win after he received the sum through M-pesa but it still was not as easy as that.

He still had to send 2,000ksh to his sons account just to confirm the amount was genuine.

His win will now go into his farming business where he wishes to expand into commercial farming to increase income.

John encourages the young guys to play lotto more as it is not just for the old people.


‘I love my wife so much, that is why i chose her to get my 100k valentines bonus’

Patrick Napill was declared a winner of 100,000ksh plus an extra 100,000ksh for his partner on Lotto’s VALENTINE JACKPOT on February 13th 2021

Patrick is an insurance accountant who is 52, married and a resident of Nairobi.

The 52 year old had been playing lotto since 2015 winning small amounts here and there before his big win.

Ironically the biggest motivation for the accountant to start playing lotto was not the money but the good work the foundation had been doing.

Patrick did not even think twice after his win. He quickly called his wife Roselyn Mbone and informed her that he had chosen her to receive the extra 100K valentines bonus.

Roselyn who is a businesswoman decided to invest the money into their farm to increase commercial income.

She explained that she was targeting the planting/rainy season to maximize on good yield.

Her husband on the other hand will use the remainder of his win to clear some fees balance for their children.

Patrick says that Kenyans should enjoy playing lotto because it helps the needy through charity.