Kumasi based Betway better Kwame Fosuhene who won the jackpot sum of ghc990, 650 after staking ghc4 has disclosed that betting is not gambling but an investment because one can certainly be assured of a win on day.
Speaking to Yours Truly, the 23year old film director and musician said this is the second time he has won the Betway polls after almost a year.
He traced the genesis of betting with My Bet before joining Betway because he could do everything on his mobile phone or laptop and avoid walking distances to bet.
Kwame Fosuhene said he wants to improve upon his bank accounts and will keep on betting to win more to establish a sound financial backing for his family and descendants.
He hinted that marriage is not in his plans for now and hopes to invest the sum wisely with Betway financial advisors supporting him.
He said there is no juju in betting, but good knowledge of the foreign top flight leagues, a bit of luck and money to stake.
Kwame Fosuhene, won GH₵990,650 (£173,000) after placing a bet on 15 matches across the English Championship, English Premier League, Italian Serie A, French Ligue 1, Spanish La Liga and German Bundesliga.
He could have won as much as GH₵1,600,000 ((£280,000) if his final bet was recorded but he chose to cash-out before West Ham United faced Chelsea in the English Premier League on Monday night.
Marketing Manager of Betway Ghana, Kwabena Oppong-Nkrumah, said that Kwame Fosuhene’s victory would give more strength to Betway’s image and let people know that winning was a very real possibility.
“We are very pleased about Kwame’s win. One of the things we have always wanted was a chance to show that anyone that winning in the Betway jackpot was very real.
It also shows those who are regular players of games offered by Betway that they can win a lot more especially now that we have added the In-Game Betting feature which allows people to bet as the games go on in real time.”
Rosa, a female who accompanied Kwame to Accra for the money expressed her joy and hoped that they continue winning every week.
By Sammy Heywood Okine