I’m sorry to hear that the GES-employed teacher lost a significant amount of money on the Aviator game. It’s important to remember that gambling always carries the risk of losing money, and it’s important to only gamble with money that you can afford to lose.
While games like the Aviator can be entertaining and exciting, it’s important to approach them with caution and a responsible attitude. It’s always a good idea to set limits on how much money you’re willing to spend and to stick to those limits.
If the teacher is struggling with the aftermath of this loss, it might be helpful to seek support from a financial counselor or mental health professional. They can provide guidance on how to manage debt and cope with the stress of financial loss. It’s important to remember that there are resources available for those who need help
Kofi Ofosu Nkansah, CEO of the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme, shared a sad news on his personal Facebook profile. It highlights the pain experienced by a Ghana Education Service (GES) teacher at the hands of an aviator, providing evidence that many individuals are seeking quick money
Copied: Someone’s betting experience.
“So this teacher went for Gh¢40,000 bank loan. His mother wasn’t feeling well so he wanted to use part of the loan for his mother’s medical expenses. A friend of his recommended aviator to him and how he can make about Gh¢5000 within few seconds, and add it to his 40,000 loan. He was very impressed.
“So he wanted to win big at a go. He first deposited 20,000, so that he can withdraw in few seconds, plus big profit. Unfortunately, the thing just went down wheewww sshhh instantly like that within one second. My guy was panting. So he decided to recoup his money. He was under serious pressure.
“One thing about betting is, if u lose money, you are not able to think straight again oo. All u think about is the money you have lost, and the zeal to get it back.
“Ladies and gentlemen, in less than one minute, this guy lost the remaining Gh¢20,000. He just threw away the Gh¢40,000 loan in a matter of seconds. Before he became aware of himself.
“The money is gone forever and ever. Unfortunately, his mother died. Hmmm. Funeral expenses are also on him too. Charlie, we for shine our eyes oo
Credit: Kofi Ofosu Nkansah