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OH NO, Nigerian Boy Commits Suicide After Using His Late Father's Pension N1.3m To bet.

JudeAnderson 06/29/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. A Nigerian boy identified as Segun has committed suicide after using N1.3m to bet.

According to reports, Segun lost his father in 2018 and since then, the family has been receiving a pension from his father's organization.

It was gathered that last year, Segun used N20,000 to bet and he won N350,000. He probably thought he would get lucky twice. So when they received N1.3m pension from his father's organization, he staked everything on Betnaija.

Unfortunately he lost and committed suicide by drinking sniper.

It's sad last night after segun mom screamed at the sight of her son corpse after drinking sniper..this guy in our neighborhood is one of the best striker. 2018 he lost his father and since then they've been receiving pension from the organization his father works for, just last year segun used 20k to win 350k luckily for him.on he received 1.3M lately from his father organization he staked everything on bet naija on Saturday and he lose ..we played ball yesterday afternoon untill last night the news of his death spread round the neighborhood .

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Top Comments
Babanla1891 · 06/30/2020
Hmmmm, but if I may ask, how did this young man get access to his father's pension account?
EzeChigbogugburus · 06/29/2020
Gambling is never a genuine way of acquiring wealth. Something has to be done about this Bet naija, it's ruining the lives of youths. Suicide is never a solution to any problem.
BEKIND · 06/29/2020
Yorubas, Lazy children took after their fathers. See them, They brought CULT, BETs, want to make it like Igbos. No be by force. By grace.
NdedigweEthelbertEzenwa · 06/30/2020
Federal government should ban this bet it has taken many people to their grave and useless good number of our youth,

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