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LAUTECH Student Wins N10m In Online Sport Bet

LAUTECH Student Wins N10m In Online Sport Bet

A 22-year-old student of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Ogbomoso, Opadeji Qudus, has won N10, 000, 000, for predicting correct results in an online sport betting deal, a credible news outlet has reported.

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Qudus, according to the report, consistently won all the predictions leading to his eventual clinching of N10, 000, 000.

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He told newsmen that he never believed he could win but that he was glad that all his predictions were true and that today, he is N10, 000, 000 richer.

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“I am very grateful to God that I won this amount. I am a computer engineering student at LAUTECH. I hope to invest the money appropriately,” he said…

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