DKB Stakes Ghc4000 with Dafabet on Black Stars to win AFCON 2019

Written by The Haymaker

Africa has been buzzing with great anticipation with everyone one rallying behind their country as the first round of group matches begun at the 2019 AFCON in Egypt. Though the tournament is far from the closing stages, people are already declaring their country will crowned champions of African Football.

Considering the previous performances of Ghana, it comes as no surprise when She (Ghana) is tipped as one of the current favourites to take home the trophy by Dafabet.

Ghanaian comedian Derick Kobina Bonney who believes that Ghana will win the tournament, is placing a Ghc4,000 bet at odds of 7.5 for his chosen charity, Ghana Amputee Football Association, generously given from a new betting company licensed in Ghana, Dafabet.

“I have confidence in the team, their team chemistry is exciting, there is fresh energy within the team. You can see from the videos they have been posting on social media that this a new Black Star team. Team energy is everything, because when a team is geared towards victory, the victory will follow as it should. I believe the Black Stars don’t have a team in the competition that would be able to stop them. They are winning it hands down, that’s why I choose them to win the cup, and if they do, GHC30,000 for Ghana Amputee Football Association .” The comedian said.

Officials of led by the Country Manager, Sybil Diawuo-Appiah, responded that are very proud to be supporting Ghana Amputee Football Association and thanked DKB for his selection.

He further said that they hope Ghana does as well as they can in the tournament. However, even if Ghana fails in going all the way to win The African Cup of Nations, they will still be donating the original bet value of 4,000 GHC for DKB’s chosen charity. He said this at their newly opened betting shop in Newtown.

Dafabet, one of Asia’s and Africa’s largest gaming companies, is now fully incorporated in Ghana and licensed by the gaming commission of Ghana under the gaming act 2006.


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