‘My sister gave me Ksh 200 before her death,’ millionaire Samuel Abisai opens up
Oct. 29, 2020
Kenyan jackpot winner has talked about the pain he went through after losing his sister just hours after they had spent some time together.
Speaking during an interview with Churchill, Abisai said,
‘I had been called to Nairobi university to pursue a course in BA.
I was joining first year in campus and my sister took me to Easy coach offices.
When I reached UoN my mum called me in the morning and told me that my sister had died.
It came as a shock as the previous day ,She told me she was not so good with books but she would support me with the little she had,
She then handed me Ksh 200.’
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‘ She was a very free person, I have never been low as I was in that time.
I even questioned God, asking myself ‘If I was going to school so that I help my family in future why was I studying?.
I have six living sisters.’
Abisai has since made it in life and is a father and a husband.
And contrary to what many assumed, he is not broke, pesa bado iko.
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