by Martin Oduor
Gordon Ogada Paul is still hesitant to make a radical change in his life despite winning Kes 230 million. The mega jackpot winner is still working and placing bets.
Unlike Samuel Abisai who quit betting after he won Kes 221 million, Gordon Ogada is not about to stop betting just because he won millions.
The father of two still placed bets after the announcement by SportPesa that he had won the Kes 230 million mega jackpot. He won Kes 200,000 from the bet he placed after winning the Kes 230 million.
Millionaire? not me!
Gordon has also not quit his job despite winning SportPesa mega jackpot. He still works as a a community health worker at Kemri CDC.
He asserts that the millions he won won’t change his personality or make him quit his work. Gordon says that he won’t close his revenue streams.
“Millionaire kitu gani? This is money just like any other money. I accept phone calls from all my friends. I am not ready to resign. I don’t want to throw away a job that has been sustaining my stay in Nairobi and even paying school fees for my kids. When you get money you have to ensure that your outlets of bringing in more cash are not closed,” wrote Gordon Ogada.
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