Borussia Dortmund close to winning their first Bundesliga crown in 11 years.


The 2022-23 Bundesliga campaign will come to a close on Saturday afternoon and Borussia Dortmund are one win away from ending a decade of Bayern Munich dominance. 

The Black and Yellows can win their first title in 11 years with victory over Mainz at Signal Iduna Park while Bayern Munich head to Cologne needing a win hoping for Dortmund to slip for them to defend their tittle.

Dortmund boss Terzic is well aware that a draw for his side will grant their rivals the tittle after Bayern gave them a short glory with last Saturday’s defeat against RB Leipzig opening the door wide open.

Bayern have had to deal with a period of crisis, which saw Tuchel replace Julian Nagelsmann last March before suffering a humbling Champions League exit to Manchester City.

The return of centre forward Sebastian Haller from testicular cancer after Christmas gave BVB a huge boost, while captain Marco Reus, Julian Brandt and England star Jude Bellingham have all played their part.

Man united thrash Chelsea to secure top four spot.


Manchester United sealed qualification for next season’s Champions League with a 4-1 after thrashing troubled Chelsea on Thursday.

Goals from Casemiro, Anthony Martial, Bruno Fernandes, and Marcus Rashford helped Man u climb up to the third place in the Premier League.

Despite spending more than £500 million on transfers, Chelsea’s season has been unpleasant as they lost for the eighth time in their last ten games under interim manager Frank Lampard.

Joao Felix showed a glimmer of his quality with a flow run and low finish for a late consolation that denied De Gea his 18th clean sheet of the season.

It was not all good news for the home side though as Brazilian winger Antony was taken off on a stretcher in tears after suffering a lower leg injury in an innocuous challenge with Trevoh Chalobah – with the FA Cup final against Manchester City less than two weeks away.


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Gordon Ogada remains the highest football jackpot winner in Kenya after his KSHs 230,742,881 victory and he was followed by Cosmas Korir months later, who bagged KSHs 208,733,619.

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The year began with Bonface Amwai becoming the latest millionaire in town courtesy of the SportPesa Mega Jackpot after he managed to correctly predict 15/17 games.

Amwai shockingly expressed how he does not do any research before placing his bets and this unusual way worked in his favor as he won KSHs 1,216,993.

Still in January, there was double joy as Daniel Itotia and Eliud Mugo both failed to predict just two of the 17 games up for selection and bagged a handsome KSHs 1,009,162 for their efforts.

Mugo, who is now a driver, got into his new line of work after his hawking business failed to take off and now he can dream big courtesy of his bonus victory.

Admitting that he placed the Mega Jackpot slip after persuasion from his friend, Mugo revealed that he has received numerous calls regarding his win.

To finish off the month, James Macharia correctly predicted 15/17 games in the SportPesa Mega Jackpot and became a millionaire two months after registering an account with SportPesa.

What made his win even more interesting is that he did no analysis on his bet slip, rather he used the quick pick option provided on the platform.

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His efforts saw him win an astounding bonus amounting to KSHs 3,154,813.

As February began, lightning struck twice again as Nelson Omwega and Arthur Ayoyi correctly predicted 15/17 games and split the bonus, each bagging KSHs 1,419,248.

On the last day of the month, Amos Njogu opted to play the 13-game jackpot out of the 17 available in the Mega Jackpot and won a hearty KSHs 1,092,216.

The Mechanic was in a state of despair as he contemplated how his daughter would go to university after completing her high school education recently.

“It makes me happy to see my child go to school. I was desperate to find a solution and this win could not have come at a better time.

“Seeing that congratulations message on my phone completely changed my mood. I was in disbelief and I immediately called my wife to tell her the good news,” Njogu told SportPesa’s Blog.

The wins just kept getting bigger and Godfrey Kariithi, a miraa vendor, was fortunate enough to get 15 out of 17 correct predictions in last weekend’s Mega Jackpot and won a handsome KSHs 1,143,019.

He was one of three lucky gamers to become millionaires as Paul Gicheha and Weldon Kibet also received the hearty bonus after 15 correct predictions.

The biggest bonus win thus far in the year came on the 21st of March as police officer Nicholas Kiplangat won a handsome KSHs 11,143,139.

Kiplangat was fortunate enough to correctly predict 16 out of the 17 games in the progressive jackpot and instantly became a millionaire!

If only he had picked a win for the visiting team in game number one of the mega jackpot selection – Rotherham United vs Cardiff, he would have won an unbelievable KSHs 291,623,094.

Just as fate would have it, there were two winners that weekend who won over 11 million shillings courtest of the SportPesa Mega Jackpot bonus.

Francis Mbaabu explained his plans to build his dream home and take his daughter to university after he won the healthy bonus.

The miraa farmer from Meru County also correctly predicted 16 out of 17 games and this saw him win a handsome KSHs 11,143,139.

Stephen Maraka closed off the month of March in style as he was fortunate enough to win over KSHs 3 million.

The gardener by profession, correctly predicted 15 out of 17 games in the Mega Jackpot and his efforts saw him become a millionaire instantly, winning exactly KSHs 3,000,686.

Only two games let him down in his quest to become Kenya’s biggest jackpot winner, with the entire pot being KSHs 292,557,298 that weekend.

April began with yet another hero story as Silas Omondi correctly predicted 15 games in the progressive Mega Jackpot and was rewarded with KSHs 1,876,032 to become a millionaire for the second time.

In 2017, Omondi was fortunate enough to win over 2.7 million shillings for the same number of predictions and is thinking maybe the third time will be the charm.

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Yet another police officer marched onto the scene as Kibet Kosilei joined the SportPesa factory of millionaires after his efforts saw him win a hearty KSHs 2,160,673 Mega Jackpot bonus.

The Police officer, with over 30 years of service under his belt, correctly predicted 15 out of the 17 games and the generous bonus saw him become a millionaire.

In a tricky weekend jackpot list that had a titanic English Premier League test pitting leaders Arsenal against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, Kibet still managed to come out a winner.

He was very certain that it would end in a draw and to his joy, substitute Roberto Firmino came off the bench to salvage a point for the reds in a 2-2 stalemate.

There was double joy a week later as David Maina expressed how timely his SportPesa Mega Jackpot bonus was as his handsome win is going to revive him from such a low point in his life.

The businessman correctly predicted the outcome of 15 games in the SportPesa Mega Jackpot and won a bonus of KSHs 1,228,484.

John Mungami, a taxi driver, was also lucky over the weekend and he became a millionaire after winning the same amount courtesy of the Mega Jackpot bonus.

As May began, the winners continued to arise as Jeff Kuruma Waititu’s Monday was better than most Kenyans, waking up as the newest millionaire in the country courtesy of SportPesa.

Waititu correctly predicted 13 out of 14 games in the SportPesa Mega Jackpot to win KSHs 5,088,309.

The Manchester United fan from Kiambu County explained how he has had a lucky streak the past two weeks but did not expect to win such a handsome bonus payout.

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Leakey Kavila Musyoka also became a millionaire courtesy of SportPesa after he was fortunate enough to win KSHs 4,403,442 from a hearty Mega Jackpot bonus.

Musyoka correctly predicted 15 out of the 17 games in the SportPesa Mega Jackpot and narrowly missed out on breaking the country winning record.

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In 2019, Mwenda correctly predicted 15 out of 17 games in the SportPesa Mega Jackpot and he won over 6 million shillings.

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Itumbi Issues a 48-Hour Deadline to the Country Regarding Nation Media Group Headline.


ICT Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Dennis Itumbi has threatened to sue the Nation Media Group (NMG) over alleged defamation following a series of articles that he claimed hurt his image.

Itumbi claimed that the publications alleged that the CAS exercised his official duties as normal despite a court injunction while breaking down the concerns in the Nation’s pieces.

He also criticized the headline Mibabe wa Ukaidi (Stubborn Tyrants), which appeared on Taifa Leo on May 21, 2023, and included his image on the first page.

The lawyer also questioned the newspapers’ claims that all of the tasks, actions, and positions he performed were reserved for the position of CAS.

The CAS stated that the article portrayed a picture of him as desperate to hold the CAS position because his life would crumble without it.

Itumbi was one of 50 CASs sworn in on March 23, 2023, in an event chaired over by President William Ruto. Following a suit by the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) challenging their constitutionality, Justice Hedwig Ongudi of the High Court in Nairobi prohibited the CASs from taking office the next day.

President Ruto, on the other hand, defended his decision to appoint the 50 CASs, citing a massive workload that required all hands on deck to fulfill on campaign pledges.

“On appointing CAS, that is my government’s plan.” It is my decision, and I see the necessity for CAS in my government.”

Brighton’s draw break Man city winning streak.


Champions Manchester City’s 12-match Premier League winning streak came to an end on Wednesday when they were held to a 1-1 draw by sixth-placed Brighton & Hove Albion.

Man City, who wrapped up a fifth title in six seasons at the weekend, lacked their usual intensity but took the lead when Phil Foden slotted home in the 25th minute.

Brighton have sealed sixth-place and the club’s first venture into Europe, and showed why with some vibrant football and Julio Enciso equalized for the hosts with a stunning long-range effort in the 38th minute.

Danny Welbeck had a goal ruled out before halftime for Brighton and Erling Haaland thought he had put City ahead late on but was penalized for shirt-pulling after a VAR check.

It was the first time since February that City had dropped points and with one league game left at Brentford on Sunday they have 89 points, eight more than Arsenal.

Brighton matched City throughout an enjoyable contest and had 20 goal attempts to City’s 13, with seven of them on target.



It has become customary that every weekend there is at least one new millionaire courtesy of the hearty SportPesa Mega Jackpot bonuses. This one was no different as Silas Mwenda was the lucky winner as he bagged a bonus worth KSHs 4,136,570.
To make this even better for Mwenda, it was the second time in his time with SportPesa that he has been fortunate enough to become a millionaire. In 2019, Mwenda correctly predicted 15 out of 17 games in the SportPesa Mega Jackpot and he won over 6 million shillings.
“When I tell you that SportPesa has changed my life, I don’t think anyone can understand just how much. “This is the second time I have become a millionaire because of them and I can only urge people to play on SportPesa, it is the truth,” Mwenda told SportPesa’s Blog.
One of the two games that saw him miss out on over 300 million shillings was a Brazilian league match pitting Botafogo vs Fluminense. Mwenda selected a win for the away team but Botafogo battled to a slim 1-0 win in front of their home fans. In the other match, he thought Talleres would beat Belgrano in their Argentine league match but the final result was a 1-1 draw. “Despite just two being wrong, I am very grateful to SportPesa because I’m a millionaire once again.

“I never play double chance, just single bets and I always analyze a few days
before the jackpot begins. It seems to work for me that way,” he continued.
“The month of May is my lucky month, because even my 2019 win came in
May and I am beyond happy. It’s definitely my favorite month of the year,”
Mwenda chuckled.
The 41-year old from Meru County continued to explain how his 2019 winnings
enabled him to buy a plot of land and build a home for his family.
Still with a smartphone that he bought courtesy of the Mega Jackpot bonus four
years ago, Mwenda already has a plan to further better his life.
“I need a lorry to help expand my business by enabling me to transport
vegetables, and that is the first thing that I am going to do.
“The rest I can pay fees and just do what I can to ensure that both my business
and family can continue to flourish,” the married father of three stated.
Missing out on two games meant that Mwenda came agonizingly close to
winning the Mega Jackpot, which would make him the biggest jackpot winner
in Kenya.
The progressive jackpot now stands at a mouthwatering KSHs 303,560,667 and
only costs KSHs 99 to place your bet and stand the chance to become a
millionaire. To further reward the customers sp has even made the Mega jackpot more
lucrative. Customers now have a chance to be among the 300 daily winners of a
free jackpot bet when they play the Mega Jackpot.

Jordi Alba set to leave Barcelona at the end of the season.


Jordi Alba is reportedly set to leave Barcelona at the end of the season, with the club expected to make an official announcement shortly.

Barcelona have already waved goodbye to Gerard Pique this season and will say farewell to Sergio Busquets once his contract expires at the end of the season.

Alba is also now heading out of the Camp Nou exit door, according to multiple reports coming out of Spain on Wednesday morning.

The defender’s exit comes after a season where he’s been forced to play second fiddle to Alejandro Balde, who has enjoyed a superb breakout campaign.

Alba joined Barcelona’s academy in 1998 but left in 2005, spending time at Cornella and Valencia before returning to Camp Nou in a €14 million deal in 2012.

Since then, he has made over 450 appearances for the club, winning six LaLiga titles, five Copas del Rey, and one Champions League.

7year child dies in Homa Bay as Cholera cases hit 73.


A seven-year-old girl has died as a result of a cholera outbreak in Homa Bay, as the disease continues to spread, threatening more people’s lives.

Records show Janet Achieng from Wadiang’a main beach in Kaksingri West ward died on arrival at Suba Subcounty Hospital after she contracted the disease few days ago.

Addressing journalists on Tuesday, Health chief officer Kevin Osuri said that the number of those infected with the sickness has risen to 73 and they are working hand in hand with the County Government and other collaborating authorities to contain the outbreak.

Medical officers are also on the ground doing civic education basically telling residents some of the best ways of avoid the disease.

Among teams engaged in community sensitisation is the Kenya Red Cross.

County coordinator Samuel Omondi said his team is educating residents on what to look out for in people suspected to have contracted cholera.

Caretaker Discloses Lady Who Fell From Seventh Floor’s Final Moment.


The resident of the Ruaka flat where college student Catherine Njeri died after falling to her death described the final moments leading up to the event.

On Tuesday, May 23, when speaking to the media, the caretaker mentioned that the lady had gone to a friend’s house where her boyfriend lived for a party.

On the night of May 21, a Sunday, Njeri and the friend’s boyfriend left the house and went to the rooftop on the seventh story.

While the party was going on, the caretaker, who was at his home, was unable to explain the victim’s and the friend’s boyfriend’s intentions or the length of time they spent on the rooftop.

In order to examine the situation, he later called the victim’s friends and the police.
“Every one of her companions was terrified; even those who had slept off had to be roused. They hurried to the first floor to see,” he said.
According to the pictures, the woman was bloodied, half naked, and laying face down on the ground. Investigations to piece together what happened on the faithful night started as her body was moved to the neighborhood morgue.

He was a Kenya Institute of Management student, age 23. Police were requested to expedite the inquiries by her family and friends.

Her older sister said, “As a family, we want to know what really happened—was she pushed or did she fling herself to her death.

Police authorities detained three males and two women on May 23 in connection with the event to aid in the investigations.

According to Peter Maina, Kiambaa Deputy Commissioner, “When the incident happened, she was with five friends who have been taken in to aid in investigations.”

The event involving Njeri was one of many similar ones, particularly those involving university students between the ages of 20 and 25 who fell from city high-rise flats.

Relegation-threatened Vallodolid thrash Barcelona at home.


Real Valladolid snatched a 3-1 win at home against new champions Barcelona on Tuesday as the hosts secured a crucial victory in their battle to remain in La Liga.

The victory took Valladolid up to 17th position and out of the relegation zone, with the club owned by former Real Madrid and Brazil striker Ronaldo facing Almeria and Getafe, both of whom are fighting to stay up, in their next two games.

An Andreas Christensen own goal and a Cyle Larin penalty helped the hosts into a two-goal lead at the break. 

Gonzalo Plata made it three in the 73rd minute before Robert Lewandowski pulled a goal back late on for Barca.

Xavi made changes to his side, with Pablo Torres handed a first LaLiga start and Marcos Alonso coming in at centre-back. 

However, all plans went out the window when Christensen headed into his own net in the second minute. 

Things went from bad to worse in the 22nd minute when Larin scored from the spot after Eric Garcia had given a penalty away. 

Barca had chances, especially in the first half, but goalkeeper Jordi Masip was in good form, keeping out Raphinha and Christensen. 

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