Apprentice wins N16m from sports betting, forced to share money with his Oga

Oga forces his apprentuce to share the N16million sports bet he won |

A young apprentice in Alaba Market, Lagos, smiled to the bank after he won a sports bet to the tune of N16 million. 

One @oku_yungx, who narrated the story on micro-blogging platform, Twitter, revealed the excitement of the young boy was cut short after his master made an outrageous demand.

The tweep said the boy’s oga demanded that his apprentice should give him a 50% share of the N16 million he won (N8 million).

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It was later revealed that the market people threw their weight behind the boy’s oga, and the apprentice succumbed and parted with N8 million.

The tweep said,

“So this boy who is currently undergoing his Apprenticeship with oga at Alaba market won 16 million Naira on BET, and his boss requested he shared the money into 2. Meaning his boss goes with 8 million. I hear the market people supported his boss, so he had to oblige.”

Reacting to the tweet, some people said the boy’s oga must be a very wicked person for demanding that much from him, while others said the boy should have eloped with the money he won without letting his master know about it.

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Nigerian Man Wins N38m From N800 Sports Bet, Crowd Follow Him To Mosque

Meanwhile, a young Nigerian man got social media talking after he won a mouthwatering amount of money from sports betting.

The unidentified young man won N38 million after he staked just N800 in a sports bet.

A crowd followed the ‘celebrity’ millionaire after news of his huge winnings filtered into his community; many ladies also gushed over him, saying cute things about him.

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