Safaribet also known as Safaribetting has been shutdown by the Gaming Commission and is advising the general public not to place any bets with the company until further notice.
Although the Public notice which was published in the Daily Graphic today did not state the exact reason for the shutdown, it’s no rocket science that it’s because of their unwillingness to pay a young man known as Theophilus Morgan who won Ghc57 million last year at the company after all of his 220 slips on 24 matches won.
Some few days ago, Ghbase.com published an article that, the young man had sued Safaribet and the Gaming Commission in the law courts so he can finally get the amount which he legitimately won.
The public Notice as published in Daily Graphic today read:
The Gaming Commission of Ghana wishes to bring to the notice and attention of the general public that African Gaming and Entertainment trading as Safaribet Sports Betting CAN NO LONGER OPERATE any games of chance in the country until further notice.
The general public is hereby advised not to conduct any form of betting on SAFARIBET’s BETTING platform or at any of their shops and branches.
Anyone who deals with SAFARIBET SPORTS BETTING does so at their own risk and the COMMISSION would not be liable in any event.
THE GAMING COMMISSION OF GHANA
On that same page of the Daily Graphic where the notice was published, the commission also published another Public Notice warning the public that it has not granted license to Lord Of The Bet who are owners of Lollibet and as such they cannot operate any games of chance in the country.
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