City Medic Lands Ksh10 Million Windfall Overnight With Mozzart Daily Jackpot

  • A medic working in a lab
    A medic working in a lab
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  • The Mozzart Daily Jackpot has proved to be the easiest jackpot to win in Kenya after rewarding yet another pair of winners just weeks after another duo won.

    From a fixed stake of only Ksh 50, Bonuke Samwel and Robert Mwela, a Nairobi based pharmacist, are the latest mega millionaires in town after winning Ksh10 million each on the same day courtesy of the Mozzart Daily Jackpot!

    Unlike in other sports betting companies, the Mozzart Daily Jackpot winnings are not divided among winners.

    Samuel Bonuke and Robert Mwela collecting their Ksh10 million dummy cheques
    Samuel Bonuke and Robert Mwela collecting their Ksh10 million dummy cheques
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    Instead of them sharing the Ksh10 million for 13 correct predictions, the two winners each went  home with the whole amount, instantly.

    “The very first day I played the daily jackpot, I placed three different bets on the day’s offer, unfortunately, I lost all the 3 bets, but I still got Ksh 1,000 on each bet-slip as a bonus for losing all games.

    "I was paid a total of Ksh 3,000, yet I had lost all my bets. This really motivated me to stick to Mozzart,” Mwela explained.

    “For now what’s on my mind is opening a pharmacy business, it’s in line with what I studied and what I’ve been doing. However, that dosen’t mean that I’ll not look at any other opportunities,” Mwela revealed his plans.

    “Mozzart Daily Jackpot is the easiest jackpot because even if you don’t win all the 13 games, there are higher chances of you winning the bonuses and again, it is only on Mozzart Bet platform that jackpot winnings and bonuses are not shared.” Bonuke remarked.

    Pharmacist Robert Mwela collecting his Ksh10 million dummy cheque
    Pharmacist Robert Mwela collecting his Ksh10 million dummy cheque
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    Businessman Samuel Bonuke collecting his Ksh10 million dummy cheque
    Businessman Samuel Bonuke collecting his Ksh10 million dummy cheque
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