Posted on Friday, December 3, 2021
After a seven months of cleaning cars, Jurgens Luchesi Shisakha will finally make his dream of owning and dusting his car a reality after becoming the second winner of Mozzart Bet’s Omoka na Moti promotion.
The 23-year-old car wash attendant from Ruaraka correctly predicted seven games on Thursday 2nd December that had combined odds of 2210 fetching him Ksh. 88,000 on top of the car.
Luchesi revealed that when he placed the bet he failed to follow up on the games and had to pick his jaws from the floor when he received news of winning the brand new Proton Saga.
“This was pure luck and I thank God for winning the car, it was a very big surprise, nobody knows about this even my girlfriend still doesn’t know but I plan on surprising her with the news,”
“Before I got the call, I spoke to my mother and I assured her that I would send her some cash. Then a few minutes later I got a call from Mozzart Bet informing me of the news, I didn't even tell anyone because I was in shock,” explained Luchesi.
Aside from working in a car wash, he also supplements his income with a number of odd jobs such as assisting his cousin who runs a kiosk in the slums of Mathare.
The ardent Chelsea and Kakamega Homeboyz fan is yet to join University after clearing High School back in 2018 but has added acquiring a degree in Urban and Physical planning as part of his 2022 new year resolution.
Asked about his betting secret, the punter revealed that consistency is the name of the game as he has been betting for three years.
“I’ve been betting since 2018 so I know most teams that I bet on because I usually bet continuously, I cannot really remember my biggest win prior to this because I had won many and also lost on a number of occasions,”
“The secret to betting is consistency, if you know Manchester United are performing poorly and Arsenal have been on a good run, it makes it easier to place a more informed bet. You cannot go for three months without betting and expect to win,” noted Luchesi.
The car wash attendant has already spent Ksh30,000 of his Ksh80,000 loot on settling debts and catering for his rent and plans to expound his chicken farm back in Mumias.
“I want to take it to our home in Mumias for it to be blessed then get a driving license, maybe get a driver before acquiring my legal documents,” concluded Luchesi.
There are still 29 cars up for grabs with Mozzart Bet will awarding one vehicle every day in December 2021 to one punter whose multi-bet ticket has the highest accumulation of odds on a minimum fifty bob stake.
Author: Aska Makori