Gambling has grown to become popular in the country, with everyone in it hoping to land a big win one day so they can invest in a business, buy a car, house or perhaps enjoy that vacation.
Although gambling is legalized in the country with a body responsible for supervising the activities of betting companies, there have been some concerns that it has made the youth lazy, but that is a subject we can discuss another day.
Ghone TV’s Serwaa Amihere is been roasted on Social media after she made a post suggesting that betting among the youth is becoming a national crisis.
In the post she made, she asked if betting is becoming a national crisis and it seems the majority of the youth in the comments section on her Facebook page are in disagreement with her.
One cannot dispute the fact that, there are lots of betting companies in the country now and more are looking at making their way into the country according to sources at the Ghana Gaming Commission.
For some betting offers them an avenue to earn some sort of passive income and would rise against any agenda that will push the government to ban betting in the country.
With betting companies paying more than $100,000 a year to Gaming Commission and paying several thousands of dollars in taxes to the government, we doubt the government will want to ban it and from what we can see in reaction to Serwaa’s question, there will be massive demonstration should the government even think of that.
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Check out how Ghanaians reacted to Serwaa’s question below: