Punter who won Ghc 1 million buys new car; sets up business

Punter who won Ghc 1 million buys new car; sets up business

The 35-year-old man who won a whopping GHc1,000,000.00 after betting ¢60 cedis on 24 games has bought himself a latest car.

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Michael Kwame Kpogli became the talk of town when he was present with his cheque on December 4, 2019 after winning his bet at the head office of betting company, Soccabet in Accra.

He is also reported to have invested some of his money into a business. In a photo shared on social media, Michael is seen showing off his new car which has the inscription “Thank you Soccabet” on it.

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In an earlier interview with Pulse Ghana, Michael indicated that sports betting is the fastest way the youth can make money in genuine ways.

I will die with Soccabet, drink with Soccabet and chop with Soccabet. You see, the only way the youth can be rich within seconds is [through] Soccabet,” he boldly stated.

Soccabet is known for its fastest payouts when it comes to sports betting in the West African nation so all punters are assured of fast payouts when they win.

Ghana is one of the more stable countries in Africa and has a vibrant economy. It also has an adventurous population that loves all forms of betting and games of luck.

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Naturally, there exists a thriving casino and betting industry with many betting companies in Ghana. Gambling is legal in the country and is regulated by the Gaming Commission of Ghana (GCG).

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Among the various forms of betting, Ghanaians love the sports betting games.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that football lovers around the world have been hailing Juventus star player, Cristiano Ronaldo for the incredible header goal he scored on Wednesday, December 18 against Sampdoria.

The three-times world best player defied gravity by hanging in the air for some seconds before heading blasting the ball in the back of the net from an acute angle.

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