“I Don’t Like Sports Betting”: 19-Year-Old Boy Wins N38M With N400, His Father Asks Him to Return the Money

A 19-year-old boy has won N38 million from sports betting, but the problem is that his father is not comfortable with it
The boy was said to have staked only N400 and he was lucky to get the large amount but his father said betting is wrong…..CONTINUE READING

In a story that has gone viral, the boy’s brother shared an anonymous message asking for advice on how to convince their father
A man has asked his son to return the N38 million he won through sports betting.

The boy, who is said to be 19 years old staked only N400, and he won the N38 million and brought it home.

A Nigerian boy has won N38 million in sports betting.

His father has, however, referred to sports betting as something bad he has asked the boy to quickly take the money back.

The story is contained in an anonymous message sent via messaging platform NGL.

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The full message later emerged online and it was also posted by CorrectNG.

In the message, the boy’s brother is seeking advice from members of the public on how to deal with the situation.

He lamented that their rent was due and their father had rejected the bet money resulting in a rift between him and his wife.

Even though the man has seen the game slip, he refuses to accept the money into his house, saying it should be returned to the betting company.

The message reads:

“My 19yr old kid bro won 38M with 450 naira and my dad is insisting he returns the money because he doesn’t support gamb’ling despite explaining and showing him the slip, he’s still insisting. Our rent is due in two months, now it has caused issues between him and mum. Kindly advice.”

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