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Oswald: Legon Student Who Lost Mother’s Money Through Sports Betting Threatens To Commit Suicide (VIDEO)

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Oswald: Legon Student Who Lost Mother's Money Through Sports Betting Threatens To Commit Suicide

Oswald: Legon Student Who Lost Mother’s Money Through Sports Betting Threatens To Commit Suicide.

A University of Ghana, Legon student who claims to have lost millions, money belonging to his mother after betting with it has threatened to commit suicide.

According to a video privy to us at OccupyGh.com, the young man -name withheld – can be seen wailing, lamenting to friends how he has just lost millions of Ghana Cedi belonging to his mom through sports betting.

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A source close to the victim has revealed to us that the young man gambled his money from ‘odds’ alleged to have been dashed out from Oswald ‘The Street King’.

The source revealed that the victim joined Oswald’s Telegram group and staked a lot of money from the ‘odds’ he got from there.

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