A young man committed suicide in Bayelsa State after gambling with company money.
Suka committed suicide after gambling with company money (Photo: twitter)
A 28-year-old man (called simply Suga) lost N150,000 belonging to the company in virtual football and committed suicide in Bayelsa State.
According to TheNation, Suga from the Nembey local government area in the state is suspected of poisoning himself with a substance suspected of being Sniper (insecticide) after using his boss's money worth N150,000 to play a virtual game of bet9ja.
It is reported that he committed suicide after betting on a variant of bet9ja called "Ogbu ngwa ngwa" on Wednesday, which literally means "it kills faster than ordinary football games."
It is said that this virtual game lasts less than two minutes, whether it is won or lost, it is controlled by a programmed computer.
A community source who asked not to be named said that Suga once ran a Bet9ja store in the state's Bassambiri Nembe area for his unnamed owner.
The source said that the money used by the deceased to make virtual bets was used for work that day.
The source said: "Suga doesn't know how to explain this situation to his boss, so that he can live his own life."
It is said that since last year, the death of S He has increased the number of people killed in the state due to gambling and gambling to three.
When contacted with Mr. Asinim Butswat, Police Public Relations Officer of the Bayelsa State Police, said that although the police were aware of the incident, they had not formally reported the incident.
The district police officer of Bassambri Nembe said the incident has not been officially reported to the police. However, he said they had heard of the incident. "
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