In a statement,
It is estimated that half of the money deposited to
There is no known local intermediary financial institution that such a colossal amount of money passes through apart from
This denies the economy the circulation of its own money. And the service providers are accomplices in this.
I have always insisted that there is no economy that will ever grow from the profusion of betting and lottery as an economic activity rather than leisure.
It is a sign of a failed state gasping for economic air. We have opened a floodgate for betting that over 80% of televised ads are about betting and lotteries. If not Sportpesa, it is Bet In.
If not Bet in, it is Shabiki. If not Shabiki, it is Lotto. If not Lotto, it is Kochokocho. If not Kochocho, it is Jipange
And if you think that there is any magic behind raising 1 million to pay a single winner of a bet or lottery, then you need to divert your brain for another meaningful activity.
Half of Ngege village
That happens throughout the country and
You should stop the betting craze menace!