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Maurice Owiti, 47, no longer feels the pressure of being his familys sole provider.
Maurice Owiti, 47, no longer feels the pressure of being his family's sole provider.
Agrippa Agida Onywero Krispo, 40, has taken a riskier approach to using the money.
Krispo has used his recent payments to rebuild parts of his home, record a CD, and gamble on sporting events. He said he treats the gambling as a kind of investment strategy — a way to quickly turn into , which he can then use on more sensible purchases like food and clothes.
Gambling also helps Krispo recoup losses he recently incurred from recording his CD, he said. After Krispo completed the album, his recording partner disappeared with the money that was supposed to go toward making copies to sell.
"For my next project I am going to be more careful," Krispo said.
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