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Pambazuka National Lottery Announces Its First Biggest Winner

Phanuel Luvai, Pambazuka's first ever winner. Photo Courtesy
Phanuel Luvai, Pambazuka’s first ever winner. Photo Courtesy

The much hyped and recently launched Pambazuka National Lottery celebrated its one month anniversary on 10th August, 2016 with a close win to the 10 million mini-jackpot during the Wednesday live recording show aired on NTV. The lucky winner came close to winning the 10 million mini-jackpot after matching five numbers out of the six possible numbers from the two draws.

The winner Kevin Komen, 26years of age from Roysambu in Nairobi County bought his first winning ticket from the Sportpesa website. During an interview with the PNL team Kevin said that he identified Pambazuka National Lottery as a trusted and transparent brand and that was his motivation for playing. 

“I was disappointed to hear that I missed the 10million mini-jackpot by just one number, however I’m still hopeful and intend to continue playing until I win the 10 million. I am also yet to decide on how I will use my winnings.”

The Pambazuka National Lottery (PNL) was launched as a Kenyan lottery established in 2016 aimed at introducing world-class best practices into the Kenyan market.  The lottery is open to anyone above the age of 18 years and has a huge jackpot of over Kshs 100 million with two mini jackpots of Kshs 10 million each.

Participants can play the lottery through the SportPesa gaming platform or by buying their tickets from Pambazuka vendors across the country. If one has any three, four or five numbers that match the drawn numbers, they stand a chance to win cash prizes. The Mzooka Jackpot offers a cash prize of over Kshs 100 million for players that match the six numbers plus the Mzooka Powerball numbers drawn during the live TV shows.

The unique offering with PNL is, for a ticket worth Kshs. 80 one stands the chance to participate and win the mini-jackpot of over Kshs 10 million from either of the two draws if all the six numbers match the drawn numbers during the live TV draws.