1.5M To Fish Monger!

The newest Millionaire in town

Tricky ; Eiiish bachelor , sasa utapata bibi haraka very fast

Lawrence ; [laughs uncontrollably]

Judging at first sight Lawrence Otieno strikes like [flash back] that Chemistry teacher that you loved to repel – the stern one? Yes

It could be the Hard, harsh, or severe facials.

Once the interview kicks off the judgement is completely errored by a soft spoken easy man.

Along the Northern Corridor that links the Mombasa port to the Kenyan coast to Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo we find Lawrence Otieno – at the Busia border – selling his fish – as is norm.

27 year old Lawrence Otieno only started playing Lotto this year and would then go head to make it a routine.

It is the night of October 25th that completely gave his emotions a turn around

I almost missed that golden call

I had just won myself a clean 1.5Million

narrated the excited fish monger

Lotto Mashujaa Jackpot comes to it’s peak – Producing 3 winners in a row.

  • Pius Maingi Mulwa – 1.5Million
  • Lilian Bukachi Elizabeth – 1.5Million
  • Lawrence Otieno – 1.5Million

Lawrence – being the youngest of the 3

The remaining prizes range from 1.5M to a brand new Toyota Hiace Van.

The bachelor first saw the Lotto Ads on TV – but it’s only upon witnessing his close friend play – that the drive came.

Lucky man!

He’s since won prize money of Ksh.400 before the Millionaire move.

I am definitely taking my fish selling business online

it got to grow

cited the Millionaire
Lawrence on receiving his cheque

Lawrence is quick to note that he will build his desired home and well … maybe get a wife now

[Tricky bursts into laughter]


Hope Kept On Lotto

Lilian Bukachi on receiving her 1.5M cheque


I kept hoping that one day I will win

Lilian started off the interview.

For a 54 year old business woman who’s been playing since the 2015 Lotto onset – one would’ve expected her to give up 6 years later. On the contrary!

At first glimpse, madam Lilian Elizabeth Bukachi strikes as a stern / aversed lady. Not the type to mess with – she however breaks the judgement with a;

”I’m so happy to meet Mshamba. I only see him on TV.”

I didn’t believe this win even on the Live call

only until Mshamba called my name

confessed madam Lilian

She’s accompanied to Nairobi’s Michuki Park by her 15 year old son – who by this hour we can’t catch sight of anywhere around the interview environs – common of teenages.

”He’ll just come by” brushes Lilian

Lilian Elizabeth Bukachi is Lotto’s Shujaa this October

She becomes the 2nd multi millionaire after Pius Mulwa Maingi

Driver wins a lot …

Born in Nairobi’s South C area, originally from Luanda – Western Kenya, currently habiting in Rongai area but with a permanent home in Eldoret – Soi – the mother & business woman can noticeably engage us on how Lotto has already changed her life with the particular win.

It is my first time to win such money

I’m motivated to now grow my business

Lilian on her plans

The 1.5 Million winner has an autistic son who she can now pay fees comfortably for.

She won with keyword K24 – maybe that’s a lucky charm – you can borrow it & wake up a millionaire. You just never know!

Lilian Bukachi posing next to the van grand prize

Congratulations Shujaa Lilian Elizabeth Bukachi!


Driver – First Shujaa Millionaire

Pius Mulwa Maingi posing with his 1.5M cheque

It is October – In Kenya – There are 2 Major Holidays

  • Utamaduni Day [10Oct] – We celebrate our different diversities
  • Mashujaa Day [20Oct] – We celebrate our heroes

At Lotto we decide on you – the Lotto player – to be our Shujaa

The Shujaa awards are as follows;

  • 9 Oct – 1.5Million
  • 16 Oct – 1.5Million
  • 22 Oct – 1.5Million
  • 30 Oct – Van Toyota Regius ace

As fate would have it – driver Pius Mulwa is finishing on the days work when he receives the winning call.

It is 10p.m albeit the curfew restrictions the 60 year old is struck so hard by the news that he just sits in the car shaking upon the unexpected change of events.

Pius you are first Mashujaa winner of 1.5Million!

announces Mshamba & Bev of the Lotto Live

“I was unsure/uncertain/unmoved/mixed with emotions.” confesses Pius

The Kibera based driver first heard of Lotto on radio & saw it on TV when he commenced on playing.

He’s since won Ksh.250/= four times on different winnings – making him get more reason to play.

Pius Mulwa on meeting Lotto presenter Mike Makori [right]

My wife is my Shujaa

I already gave her 100K of the money I won

cheekily revealed Pius Mulwa

Pius – who fathers his late sister’s orphaned kids – can now pay their fees comfortably, take care of all their needs, buy a plot & finally finish constructing his ongoing family home.

All the best Shujaa Pius Mulwa

Farmer receives second call after