Kenyan man wins Sh100 million in Dubai but cannot be traced


Kenyan man wins Sh100 million in Dubai but cannot be traced
Kenyan man wins Sh100 millionA Kenyan man in Dubai won Sh100 million during a Dubai Duty Free raffle on Tuesday but he is nowhere to be found.

Paul Wachira’s ticket number 2162 in Series 302 was drawn during the raffle but organisers have not been able to reach him.

He is said to have purchased his winning ticket online but has no idea he is one of the winners.

According to Gulf News, three other winners were announced in the Dubai Duty-Free Finest Surprise promotion and each of them has won a luxury vehicle.

Dubai expat Ramlal Sargara won a Bentley Bentayga V8 (Dark Sapphire) in Series no. 1722 with winning ticket number 0598. Wrya Rahimi, also a Dubai expat, won a Range Rover HSE 340 HP (Fuji White) in Series no. 1723 with ticket number 0172. Sandun Sameera, who resides in Dubai, won an Indian Scout Bobber (Thunder Black Smoke) motorbike with ticket number 0841 in Series no. 369.

Launched in June 1999, the Dubai Duty-Free Millennium Millionaire Promotion has captured the imagination of travellers around the globe offering a one-in-5,000 chance to win US$1 million.

Draws take place at approximately 2-3 weeks interval at Dubai Duty-Free shopping complex.

In the 20-year lifespan of the Millennium Millionaire, there have been 7 winners who doubled the luck and won the promotion twice.

Tickets can also be purchased online or at Dubai Duty-Free in Dubai International or Al Maktoum International.

By Vincent Kejitan

Source The Standard Newspaper

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