betpawa committed to investment in football – Rewards GH¢6million to Aviator winner
Ghana Premier League sponsors and betting agency, betpawa say they are committed to investing in football in the country.
The betting application platform also disclaimed rumours flying around that they intend to pull of sponsorship of the Ghana Premier League.
The Country Marketing Manager of Betpawa, Mr Joseph Badu made these revelations when he presented a dummy cheque containing an amount of GH¢6 million to Mr Fuseini Siaka, who won the betpawa Aviator betting game at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Accra yesterday.
The Aviator is a betting game that entails placing a bet or money on time-regulated flying plane.
One wins based on the time accumulated before the aeroplane stops flying and records a time which is multiplied by the amount of money a bettor stakes.
The 36-year-old painter who hails from the Ashanti Region expressed his elation at winning the cash as e sobs while describing how the amount will lift his family out of poverty.
"I can't imagine this is happening to me, but I believed in my mum and her prayers each time I go to work and she blesses me with God," she stated.
He urged the public to impose their trust in betpawa and stake with them for good financial rewards.
He however cautioned against using loans and credit facilities to stake bets.
Betpawa to stay
Mr Badu added that his outfit is here to stay and committed towards the development of the country.
He called on the public to bet responsibly and do so with betpawa.