It is no news now that comedian DKB lost a huge amount of money betting that the Ghana Black Stars would win the African Cup of Nations Tournament. Well, can you blame him, most Ghanaians were optimistic that this time around the Stars will bring back Gold. To his [DKB] disappointment the Black Stars were defeated at the second stage of the competition.
The comedian after the loss shared his regret and admitted this was the first time he has ever placed a sporting bet, but apparently often gambles online using a site similar to paybyphonebillcasino.uk to play casino games. In a social media post right after the match that saw the Ghana Black Stars out of the tournament, the comedian said “The First time I decided to put my confidence in the Black Stars and stack my bet, Ghc 4000.00 is gone, I could have used it for something profitable like for charity…” Nothing could spell hurt more than the video the comedian put out after the disappointing defeat.
Additional information reaching us says the sports betting company; Dafabet, has decided to give back DKB the Ghc 4000 to use for Charity. According to Athe country manager Sybil Diawuo-Appia, “DKB’s bet gave use a lot of mileage across social media and news lines, so we decided to appreciate him by returning his bet to him to do any charity of his choice”. This would mean the money would not totally go to waste but would serve as a benefit to many underprivileged individuals in our society.
Reaching DKB he had this to say, “I want to thank Dafabet for this privilege, I wonder how many people stake their bet, lose it and get it back? It isn’t the norm on sites like casino-bonus.me.uk, but this is a special circumstance. It’s a great favour done. Now for my charity of choice, I think I will want to stick to the reason why I staked the bet, football, and help the Ghana amputee team with it. I’ll donate it to them so they use it for anything they deem important to uplift their fraternity.
Dafabet is a privately owned online gambling company based in Makati, Philippines. It has many other branches over the world including Ghana.
Source: Fenuku Augustine