University lecturer mistakenly projects his betting slip in a lecture hall (Photo)

University lecturer mistakenly projects his betting slip in a lecture hall (Photo)

- A university lecturer projected his betting slip during a lecture mistakenly

- Students hurriedly took shots to prove that they were not the only ones engaged in the 'side business'

- Betting has become a great sensation among young people in Ghana

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A university lecturer has been 'caught' displaying his bet slip mistakenly during a lecture as some of the students hurriedly took a shot of the lecturer's side business.

In a photo sighted by, the student who made it public captioned the post "we all dey inside" which portrays the idea that the lecturer is also part of the 'betting squad'.

Betting appears to have become a sensation for many young people who view it as a side business that could earn them a decent income.

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Some people go the extreme of getting very addicted which can be viewed as a negative consequence of the habit.

When they get addicted, people always yearn to bet more and more as they are pushed to go extra miles to study matches so as to make the right predictions in the next stake.

Nevertheless, there are also some people who are able to make great fortunes from betting to the admiration of all. It was not so long ago when it was reported that over 20,000 Ghanaians joined a betting group for winning tips.

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In other news, Ibrahim Imoro and Amadu Imoro have been arrested after stealing 300 cattle from Kete-Krachi to a farm settlement near Kosorgbor in the Savannah Region. reports that the two gentlemen who were arrested are part of four thieves suspected to have stolen the 300 cattle from Kete-Krachi in the Oti Region.

It is indicated that the suspects were arrested by the Police in the Savannah Region.

According to a report by the police, the men were arrested from their hideout on Sunday night, January 26, 2020.

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