82% of Ghanaian youths are into betting – Opanka


There are a lot of big personalities in Ghana who are actively engaged in betting but they hypocritically condemn the act according to the words of Opanka.

“There are about 82% of Ghanaian youth into betting and there are some big people who bet but when you ask them quickly they will say that betting is not a good thing but me I say it as it is,” he told Amansan Krakye.

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The Hiplife artiste speaking about the phenomenon of betting among Ghanaians said though it is addictive most people also depend on it to make a decent living.

“Betting is addictive but it depends on who is betting however when you have some money and you are not too greedy you can win some bets but you need to discipline yourself,” Opanka born Armstrong Affum added.

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“I have won several bets before and I’m not bragging but I really have a lot of knowledge into how betting works and how to make money from betting,” he stated on Kastle FM in Cape Coast.

He ended on the Kastle Entertainment Show “If I’m challenged to come out with two odds every week though I’m not a magician so I won’t say it is certain but in seven days I can win about four to five times”.

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Source: TheBBCghana.Com


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