Moses Yego decided to start the interview with a native song that highlights his new status ; Millionaire!

Moses Yego at Lotto offices to collect his cheque

The Eldoret – Kipkaren resident, heard of Lotto on a KASS FM radio show and decided to give it a try. He won Ksh.2000 before and today, he is accompanied by his aunt and cousin to the Lotto offices to collect his Ksh.1M cheque prize.

Moses Yego and MCA Tricky at Lotto offices

The former maize loader plans to buy a plot of land and build himself a house in the bid to better his life.

Mr.Yego urges everyone to participate in the non-biased Lotto competitions to stand a chance to win!

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Michael Maina after receiving his cheque

Michael Maina`s home, in Mwiki – Kasarani, turned into a jubilation hall on Saturday night after he was confirmed winner of Ksh.1M in the INUKA NA LOTTO promotion.

The Nairobi CBD taxi driver learnt of Lotto through the Lotto live show in 2016 and has since not stopped playing. Funny how despite having faith in Lotto for six years, when he was called as a winner, he had doubts. It took him two sleepless nights to come to terms with his win.

Michael and his family

Asked what he intended to do with his prize, Michael said he was definitely going for the taxi business as it is a business he is already well acquainted with and said he would continue playing because he was hoping to win even more money.

Maina`s advice to those coveting his prize, CHANGAMKA,CHEZA LOTTO.

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Peter and his family

Ex security guard earning Ksh 10,000 per month is a thing of the past to this brand new millionaire. Peter lost his job and spent all his savings on his children`s school fees leaving him and his family financially strained.

Peter has been playing Lotto on and off since 2018.Never won. Never told a soul. He believed just as other winners he sees on Tv, his day would come, Si siku ndio hii imefika, he says with a huge smile.


he emphasises

In the spirit of if you cant beat them join them, his friends are now more than ever interested in learning how to play as well.

His wife, not convinced even after he received the call that night, now wants to spare some of her chamaa earnings to participate.

Peter and his wife

Peter has plans to renovate his house and since there`s water shortage in Mukuyuni – Makueni county, where he comes from.

He intends to buy a water tank to sustain his household.

He appreciates Lotto Kenya for making all that possible and urges everyone to participate and stand a chance to win.

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