Nairobi News


Pambazuka Lottery unveils Kenya’s latest millionaires

Pambazuka National Lottery has announced the latest millionaires in Kenya from a holiday promotion that closed on New Year’s Day.

Among the 10 lucky winners, who were handed their cheques, was 22-year-old student Josphat Mungai from Bungoma County.

Others winners included Francis Yenku, a butcher from Narok and water vendor Robert Nyabiba.

According to Pambazuka National Lottery Chief Executive Officer Paul Kinuthia all the winners will be taken through entrepreneurship skills by the firm in order to enable them to use their wins to contribute positively towards the Kenyan economy.


“The Holiday Jackpot has allowed us to award 10 winners, Sh1 million Kenya each. We are glad to be part of making their New Year better by changing their lives through this win,” Mr Kinuthia said.

The Pambazuka National Lottery (PNL) was launched as a Kenyan lottery which was established in 2016 aimed at introducing world-class best practices into the Kenyan market.

To take part in Pambazuka you need to be above the age of 18 years to purchase the Pambazuka National lottery tickets to win each new week.

Pambazuka National Lottery has had over 40,000 winners since inception

For the purposes of transparency, the Pambazuka draw is shot before a live audience and a representative from the Betting Control and Licensing Board, with a lotto draw machine randomly selecting the winning numbers.