- A woman who was recently spotted in a commercial vehicle wearing funeral attire while sports betting has got many talking online
- The display on her screen revealed that all her money had been lost playing Aviator, which attracted a lot of sympathy.
- Many Ghanaians wondered who introduced her to the game and blamed the economic hardship for the grandma's actions
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An elderly Ghanaian woman has recently become the topic of discussion on social media after she was captured in a commercial vehicle busily playing the popular sports betting game, Aviator.
Th post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the TikTok timeline of @obrempongpapa01 had the unidentified woman in funeral attire sitting in a trotro with her eyes fully fixated on her phone screen. The display on her phone revealed that she had lost money after betting.
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@obrempongpapa01's video attracted a lot of reactions on social media. At the time of this publication, more than 11,000 likes with 808 comments and 1403 shares have been gathered.
Some of the comments have been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
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I introduced sportybet to my landlord 2 years ago. Right now both of us are looking for a single room to rent.
Rule 101: don’t be greedy or you’ll lose everything
Aviator chop my friend 20000gh yesterday we dey such am up till now
I use to play i mostly winbut one day they chop all my money since then I have stop
The full video has been linked below;
Ghanaian Man Arrested After Stealing Ghc1M And Using It On Soccer Bet
Meanwhie, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Ghanaian man called Nhyira Agyapong was recently remanded after allegedly stealing a sum of Ghc1,079,728 from Kabfam Company Limited where he works as an administrator.
According to the report, Nhyira was charged with conspiracy to steal and forgery of official documents. Police Inspector Rosemond Anyane briefed the court saying on March 4, 2022, the accused, Nhyira Agyapong was assigned a task to deposit Ghc800,000 into the Zenith Bank account of the company's supplier.
Nhyira later returned with a deposit slip with a received stamp dated March 4, 2022. The complainant, Charles Antwi Boahen, the chief executive officer of Kabfam Company limited however received feedback from his suppliers indicating that no money has been received.
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