Jovial, a lover of God & more to it, an altruist is just but the utmost description of mama Eliza’s character. She stands by the corner scheming every move made by the Lotto crew as if trying to piece every photography technique.
That’s how Lotto described Elizabeth Ayiro upon the first physical encounter.
Little to nothing has changed about her ever since. Even with the new half Millionare title she still remains calm, sitted at the Michuki Park bench as she awaits the commencement of her big interview.
With her – are Magret & Jackton Waudo [her children] & 2 other female family members who are overjoyed – would mistake the win for ‘theirs’
If you give her a house, she’ll give you a home. If you give her groceries, she’ll give you a meal. If you give her a smile, she’ll give you her heart. She multiplies and enlarges what is given to her.” William Goldling
That perfectly describes Elizabeth Ayiro, who on 21st July after winning a 200K Home makeover :
Wired electricity to her homestead
Fenced her boma
Talk of luck – a week later the hardworking mama wins Ksh 500,000 in the Gold Rush Power draw – making her a Bronze Winner!
Mama Elizabeth – confident with her plans – reveals she will get water connected from the source directly to her homestead.
Ooooh what joy!
Indeed the 54 year old , farmer, mother & grand mother is content
Kajiado county should be on your radar if you gravitate more towards a peaceful environment with unmatched co-existence between different communities. It would be safe to say the rapid growth of this county was propelled by overpopulation in Nairobi.
Residents of this lovely county are the type that plant their own food, keep livestock in large numbers among other traditional activities you wouldn`t find easily in a city.
Our winner John Mutisya Mutiso is no different. The Makueni native moved to Kajiado with his family, bought parcels of land and settled. Lotto team find him and his son, who doubles as his manager, busy at their latest project site.
The father of four intends to finish this current project then start another one with his prize, which he manifested a while back and even told his son about. He says he calls his children to the farm one by one for interviews to establish where they are at in life. He motivates them to elevate their lives. To him nothing beats independence.
As we walk to his home, we pass by one of his farms which he uses to plant grass for his livestock to feed on. As time goes by, this farmer intends to buy more parcels of land to plant grass just to feed his livestock.
Residents of Ula Village turned out in numbers to celebrate with this gentleman , whom most of them described as kind, ambitious and hardworking. We couldn`t agree more. This man is a visionary.
Mwinyihaji Fakii Khatib, a retired banker received thee call on Saturday as he was watching 9 PM news with his family.
He had played for two years now and had won 250 bob severally then twice won 5K and now is a Bronze 500K winner!
Fakii was compelled to continue playing when he saw the good works done by the LOTTO FOUNDATION. He prides in being part of the noble deeds of the foundation to help the less fortunate in the society.
After retiring from his banking job of 30 plus years, his children advised him to stay home and let them take care of him as he had done since they were young.It has been sixteen years of retirement now.
He intends to use his cash prize to school three of his kids – one in degree program, one in Nursing school. He says he will even upgrade one of his children who did a diploma in ICT to a degree program!
Asked what he would do with the 50M prize were he to win and he said he would help his community in the education and health sectors.He has noted most youths in his area idling after high school due to lack of school fees for the next level of education.
This humanitarian advised people to participate in Lotto not for their own benefit but for the many that benefit from the charitable deeds of the foundation.