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Nigerian man recounts how his dad’s experience made him hate gambling

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Taking to twitter, reveals that he hates gambling after witnessing his father’s experience of losing so much money invested.

Nigerian man recounts how his dad’s experience made him hate gambling

He wrote;

Well I have never been a Fan of Gambling. it has been a business for the owners, selling illusion to there clients.
My hate for gambling started with when I discovered how much my dad invested in gambling(Pool) and never had a return for his investment.

we could go hungry for days, but my dad will have money for Pool…

It’s a pity how people feel they can escape poverty through gambling. worst is that 90%(my opinion) of people playing this games has no real investment property, no portfolio.

Its better to open a Pension scheme where you can be saving at least 10% of your income and cash out when you finally retire from active services than gambling you ur future to those who don’t give a dam about your money. They just want to collect every dime you get.

It’s alarming how mostly youth have indulge into this act by way to getting quick cash(getting block).

Taking a retrospect to those who have cash out big, how have they been able to manage the cash without going back to the game…

Worst is how most persons who own this business tend to show they care for the youth…

GAMBLING, ITS JUST AN ILLUSION OF GETTING QUICK CASH, IT IS ADDICTIVE AND DAMAGING TO PERSONAL GROWTH!

According to Reuters, nearly 10 million web payments equaling about NGN61bn were spent on gambling by Nigerians as at the first quarter of 2018. This was at an estimated amount of 1.8billion Naira being sent daily.







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