Christmas Comes Early with BetPawa
05 Dec 2016, 16:32
A lucky bettor, Innocent Ondiek won a whopping 800,000 by placing a bet on Betpawa with just 100 shillings.
Innocent, who works in a construction site in Westlands expressed his delight following the win, saying, “It is a great way to start off my December. I cannot express how much I feel, but this is extraordinary.”
Innocent who is a regular gambler with BetPawa, placed bets on the Both Teams To Score Market for just 5 matches played on Thursday night. He notes that having won some bets previously, he was certain that he would win.
“I have been placing bets before, and I was almost certain that I would win. When I woke up in the morning, I couldn't believe it. My wife and I were ecstatic and this even woke up our neighbours,” he recalls.
Innocent, who was accompanied with his family to receive his cheque thanked BetPawa, and encouraged other gamblers to try out their luck with the betting site. “BetPawa is a great mobile betting site with the best odds. I chose BetPawa since I can bet small and win big. From as low as 1 shilling, you can win up to 2.5 million shillings,” Ondieki noted.
The Christmas goodies continued flowing in at BetPawa early Friday, with the company awarding other big winners. Katana Kazungu from Coast County also bet with one shilling and won 46,000 shillings.
Katana a bodaboda rider while speaking on phone, was over the moon, saying, “It cannot get any better. Normally, one shilling cannot fetch you anything much. But here I am, I have won 46,000 with one shillings. It’s unbelievable.”
BetPawa Kenya Country manager Dos Kariuki applauded the winners, and asked other Kenyan to try out their luck with the bookmaker. “We are Kenya’s best Sports Betting Site offering Kenyans super odds, a free bet on registration, win bonuses a maximum payout of 2.5 million shillings and a minimum bet of one shilling,” said Dos who added, “We encourage our clients to bet with small amounts, so that they can win big.”
BetPawa has been in operation in Kenya since February, and operates in a number of other African countries amongst them Uganda and Nigeria.