KENYAN WOMAN WINS JACKPOT IN AMERICA

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Phyllis Omido  pockets Ksh. 16.6 million ($175,000) after winning this years edition of the Goldman Environmental Prize for Africa. She said that $75,000 of the total amount will go towards funding the project while the remainder will be for her own use and that of other projects she wishes to start.

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Miss Omido formed the CJGEA program to protest over lead poisoning in Changamwe after her child fell ill from the poisoning.

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