Singer Bahati's foundation partners with Odibets to support small scale businesses

Sh50,000 will be given out weekly to boost businesses.

In Summary

• "I have decided to partner with Odibets on this promo to give back to my loyal fans who have been with me through thick and thin, boosting their businesses and helping them earn a living," Bahati said.

• Promo will see several lucky people win Sh50,000 weekly to boost their businesses.

Bahati during the launch of 'Pata Bahati ya biz na Odibets' at Sankara Hotel on August 23, 2021.
Bahati during the launch of 'Pata Bahati ya biz na Odibets' at Sankara Hotel on August 23, 2021.
Image: MOSES MWANGI

Singer Bahati has partnered with Odibets in a promo dubbed 'Pata Bahati ya biz na Odibets'.

Speaking during the launch at Sankara Hotel, Bahati said the one-of-a-kind promo is set to see several lucky people win Sh50,000 weekly to boost their businesses.

"Bahati's foundation represents the ghetto people. I have decided to partner with Odibets on this promo to give back to my loyal fans who have been with me through thick and thin, boosting their businesses and helping them earn a living," he said.

"I will see them through the rest of the year as the promo runs."

Odibets Marketing Manager Aggrey Sayi said that since 2019 the organization had supported more than 40,000 young people through its partnerships with the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) to progress their talents.

“Our aim is to have impacted either directly or indirectly the lives of more than half a million young people by 2023,” remarked Sayi.

All Mega jackpot bets shall also be considered as entries in the promotion.

Winners will receive their boost credited to their OdiBets' accounts. This can be withdrawn via M-Pesa.

The Promo runs from August 23th 2021 to the 1st of July 2022.

Customers will be required to place at least one jackpot bet on any Odibets Mega jackpot round using a stake of Sh95.

They will then automatically enter into the draw to win.

This comes a week after rapper Khaligraph Jones in partnership with Odibets, unveiled the 'Odinare' Rap Challenge winner, Kibera-born-rapper Katapila.

He won the Odinare Rap Challenge walking away with the grand prize of Sh1 million.

BenC and Real Elai, came in second and third, walking away with Sh500,000 and Sh300,000, respectively.