Young man cries profusely after ‘mistakenly’ using his employer’s N130k to play bet

An apprentice has been captured on tape crying bitterly inside a bet centre after reportedly losing his boss’ money to sports betting.

He was said to have ‘mistakenly’ used his oga’s N130,000 to gamble at a Bet9ja shop but he unfortunately lost it all.

The young man sat down on a bench and started to cry when he realised how much of a grave error he made.

He apparently could not go back to work because he did not know what to tell his oga about the N130k.

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Reacting, d.c_empire_; Na lie be all these cry, if them contribute 50K give am for there now now he go use am play again

moyotheshawty; This bet thing na evil spirit because omo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ pele dear go explain for station

derrick_oparaku; before en start to explain make them beat am first..Before any explanation. Nonsense😏

b_khalipha; And one thing with this thing na when them Don chop you finish na then your eye go clear 😒

mo_layo26; Mistakenly??πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ did the money fall inside the Bet9ja shop??

iam_godsnn; You have to mistakenly find the money back πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

micazo_cmd; Mistake no Dey tire devil πŸ‘Ώ πŸ˜‚

In related news, a Nigerian lady identified as Maryam Lasisi has revealed that she lost interest in a man he was interested in dating due to his reaction to losing out in sports betting.

She recounted when she called him on phone and he was crying uncontrollably because his ticket cut and she felt irritated.

According to Maryam, though she does not see anything wrong with a man showing emotions, she felt the way he cried was too much for a man.

She explained that her impression of him changed because of that incident, so she dumped the idea of going into a relationship with him.

Maryam wrote; ”I called him and he was crying because his bet cut. I’m all for men showing emotions but hearing β€œOmo I f**k up” while someone was crying his eyes out was very cringe. Omo, I couldn’t look at him the same way again abeg.”