Businessman wins K30m in Aviator game


Lilongwe based IT businessman Clifford Changadeya has struck gold after he won MK30 million in a premier bet online Aviator game.

Changadeya cashed what he said was his last stake which brought him fortunes as he became an instant millionaire, following in the footsteps of five other people who won over MK500 million in the same game.

Speaking to the media, Changadeya said he will invest the money to boost his business and was so grateful to premier bet.

“I had some good money as my stake and this was part of my last K10 000 which was left and I had to split it into two and I cashed on the other K5000 to remain with K4800 which made me win this money.

“I will keep playing Aviator and I will invest more in the business of computer accessories and play stations which I do,” he said.

The company, through its Commercial Manager Trevor Whitaker, says it is always happy to help changing people’s lives financially.

“To have someone with K30 million just before Christmas is good news and we hope to continue seeing more as we strive to continue improving people’s lives in the country,” he expressed his delight.

The 34-year old hails from Mangochi in the Traditional Authority Mponda but he is based in Chinsapo.