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Primary student found sleeping in uncompleted building after selling his father’s generator to stake bet

Gertrude Nkansah Nkansah 1 week ago 0

A young boy has been taken into custody after admitting to stealing his father’s generator to sell and use the proceeds to place a sports bet.

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In a video confession, the boy revealed that he stole the generator and sold it to fund his gambling habit.

When questioned by police, he explained that he chose to sleep in an uncompleted building, also owned by his father, because his father had warned him not to return home after discovering the theft.

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The boy’s actions have sparked concerns about youth gambling and the consequences of reckless behavior.

The incident serves as a cautionary tale about the dangers of gambling and the importance of seeking help for addiction. The boy’s fate remains uncertain as he faces consequences for his actions.

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Watch the video below;

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