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Ghanaian youths are known to be fan of betting, but like me, you cannot involve yourself in it without much courage. The bigger you stake the bigger you win, and with this knowledge, a young Ghanaian man called Shugar Kwame has taken a very bold step by staking a huge bet of GHc70,000 on the Euro 2020 final.
Azzurri of Italy are meant to play against England's hree Lions in the final which is supposed to be played at the Wembley Stadium in London.
Well, Shugar Kwame, with a strong believe that Italy is going to win, has staked GHC70,000 on a win for them, and this has been trending a lot on may social platforms.
In a video posted on Instagram by one ghhyper with an attached caption that says; "So my young Rich Shugar kwame went against my word to bet Italy to win against england for a whooping 70,000 Ghana cedis", Shugar Kwame was seen driving in a Range Rover, as he chat about his bet and a photo of his bet slip was also included in the video.
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