Titus Kioi Muruga receives his cheque from Odibets Country Marketing Manager Aggrey Sayi. Titus won

One lucky logistician has managed away with a whopping Sh 427,181 after placing an 8-team multi bet on Odibets.

According to Titus Kioi Muruga who hails from Gatundu South, a phonecall from OdiBets brought him luck while he was conducting his normal clearing and forwarding business. The Gatundu man vividly recalls the phone call that forced him to park along Mombasa road.

He was left speechless after receiving the phone call that informed him of his latest big winnings. Muruga was informed that he had won Sh427,181 after placing an 8-team multi-bet using a Ksh1,000 stake.

Overwhelmed with emotions, the clearing and forwarding agent in Nairobi, parked his vehicle as he tried to come to terms with the news.

Addressing the press moments after being awarded the cheque at OdiBets head offices, Titus stated that he planned to keep the money for at least three months as he figures how to invest it.

“I received the call when I was along Mombasa road and everything in me started shaking. I was forced to park my car for a while, I could not drive, I was so overwhelmed, ” said Muruga.

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He had been driving to the airport to clear some cargo when he was called to be informed of the win.

“Thank you so much to OdiBets for this win. I will continue betting as I hope to win millions,” mentioned an elated Muruga.

Present at the awarding ceremony was Aggrey Sayi, the OdiBets country marketing manager, who noted that the betting firm is committed to giving customers the best betting experience.

“As OdiBets we will continue giving our customers the best sports gaming experience – instant payouts, more offers, and amazing bonuses,” said Mr. Sayi.

OdiBets is one of the tax compliant and licensed betting companies in Kenya. Other tax compliant betting sites which are operational include Betika, Betway, and Mozzartbet.

Leading betting firm SportPesa has been declared tax compliant but is awaiting a license from the Betting Control and Licensing Board. Betin Kenya has also been missing in action with no hope of a return.

These betting firms have been closed since July 1st when BCLB withdrew all betting platforms’ licenses instructing them to reapply.

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