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Gaming Commission: Only 35 betting companies have operating licenses

Therefore, the commission has advised the public to exercise caution while dealing with


Only 26 casinos and eight with route licenses have been authorized by the Commission to run in the nation.


Gary Nimako Marfo, Board Chairman of the Gaming Commission, released a press release on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, advising the public to only do business with licensed businesses.


The Governing Board of the Gaming Commission of Ghana has granted licenses to the following companies to operate in Ghana till December 31, 2022, by Section 13 of the Gaming Act 2006, Act 721.


Aking its actions with a facade of legitimacy


The Commission, headed by former UK Prime Minister David Cameron, has been shrouded in secrecy since it was announced in May. The Commission has released few details about its mission or its plans and has refused to make any of its members available for interviews.


Critics have accused the Commission of being a Trojan horse designed to steamroll over EU citizens' rights. The Commission has denied this, insisting that its proposals are based on the best available evidence.


The Commission has also been accused of trying to rewrite the EU's fundamental rights laws in a way that would allow it to bypass parliament. The Commission has dismissed these allegations, insisting that its proposals are based on the best available evidence.


The Commission's plans have generated a great deal of concern among European citizens. Many are worried that the aking its actions with a facade of legitimacy


The Commission, headed by former UK Prime Minister David Cameron, has been shrouded in secrecy since it was announced in May. The Commission has released few details about its mission or its plans and has refused to make any of its members available for interviews.


Critics have accused the Commission of being a Trojan horse designed to steamroll over EU citizens' rights. The Commission has denied this, insisting that its proposals are based on the best available evidence.


The Commission has also been accused of trying to rewrite the EU's fundamental rights laws in a way that would allow it to bypass parliament. The Commission has dismissed these allegations, insisting that its proposals are based on the best available evidence.


The Commission's plans have generated a great deal of concern among European citizens. Many are worried that the

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