The 31-year-old is a former cigarette salesman and a married father of two girls. He was ecstatic to hear that he had won the jackpot after struggling for months with unemployment.
The Gor Mahia fan explained how he had struggled to provide for his family, pay rent, and fees.
“I was sacked without any warning letter or notice. They said they will call me when they get something for me to do but the employer never called and it has been very hard to get by,” he said.
However, Kwendo was able to predict the 13 games correctly during last weeks SportsPesa Mid- Jackpot.
SportPesa’s Assistant Marketing Manager, PR, Esther Kang’ethe has advised Kwendo to use the winnings to help finance and support his family.
“We are ready to help you with financial and legal advice so that you make the best out of your new fortune. We are humbled that through your engagement with us, you can now smile after going through so much over the last few days,” she said.
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