“Sports betting has made broke people billionaires” Kinaata replies Dag Heward-Mills

A few days ago, respected and celebrated man of God, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills advised the youths in his church to desist from staking bet.

According to him, that is a sure way to be tied to poverty.

“…When I was younger, I used to go to the horse races… and you’d see them coming, sometimes fifteen of them and those of us who were betting, you choose one and you bet on that one. I hear students have been betting? Look, If you want to be poor, continue betting,” he said.

The ‘Susuka’ hitmaker was asked on Kastle Drive via Kastle FM what he makes of the controversial assertion by the popular clergyman concerning sports betting.

He remarked “Amansan Krakye by the time we finish this interview, I’m very sure that you’d have ended up giving me problems. Proverbially it is said that what the elderly sees whilst sitting, the young cannot see even if they’re standing.

“So probably it depends on what he has seen that’s why he’s advising the youth to stay away from sports betting because he’s been in this world for a long time. However, it is two sided when it comes to sports betting,” he added.

“There are some people who were also wallowing in abject poverty but through staking a sports bet they won and have suddenly became billionaires.  So does it mean their riches from sports betting is a misfortune,” Kofi Kinaata told the host.

He concluded on Kastle FM “There are some people who get their daily wage from betting. So the same betting that he claims can make people poor has also made some people filthy rich.”

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