Thursday, August 4, 2016

Gambler Leaves gambling Table, Robs Bank Then Returns To Table

A man from West Virginia, USA, is facing bank robbery charges after police said he left a black jack table, robbed a bank and then returned to the casino to continue gambling.

Kerry Johnson, 52, was arrested Wednesday afternoon after police said he robbed the City National Bank on Bridge Road Tuesday at about 3:30 p.m., according to a criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court.
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The complaint said Johnson walked into the bank and handed an employee a note that said he had a bomb and a weapon and demanded they give him money. After receiving money, the complaint said Johnson left the area in a Green Mazda Miata.
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Detectives received an anonymous tip that the suspect was Kerry Johnson. The complaint said detectives went to his residence and located a yellow legal pad that matched the note that was handed to the teller.
They also found a hat that appeared to be the one that Kelly wearing in surveillance video.
Detectives noticed a couch cushion in Johnson’s home was out of place and when it was removed, a large sum of cash was found stuffed into the couch, according to the complaint.
Upon questioning, Johnson told police he had been at the Mardi Gras Casino from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, but detectives later discovered he left the casino for a short period of time that matched the time of the robbery.
Johnson was also seen leaving a $25 casino chip at Mardi Gras blackjack table. Then, after the time of the robbery, he returned to the table to continue gambling.
The money taken during the robbery was recovered at the same table where Johnson was seen gambling.
Johnson is charged with bank robbery and is being held in the South Central Regional Jail on $50,000 bond.
And if he does post bond, he has to stay on home confinement.

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Agent betting shops for sale (bet9ja brand )

if you are looking to kick start the beginning of the football season with a share in the lucrative sport betting business in nigeria

well you are in luck

There are 6 bet9ja betting shops owned by an agent for sale in the city of ibadan

The shops are all in very good locations, but the owner is shifting to another business and since he is not in nigeria , the recent cbn policy on dollar makes it difficult for him to keep running the business from outside the country


So if you are in nigeria and looking to start a guaranteed money making business or owned a shop before and wants more, this is the  opportunity you have been waiting


the dugbe shop :










2. Anfani area of ibadan






3. oki area shop






4. challenge area shop :











5. olorunsogo area shop :










6 iwo raod area shop :







all shops have existing staffs  and still function up to date so you just buy and continue making money non stop

if you are interested please call abbey on 08054324545



Friday, June 24, 2016

SECOND ANNUAL SPORTS BETTING WEST AFRICA SUMMIT

This event is taking place on 18 – 20 July at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City in Accra, Ghana, the three-day summit follows the success of the inaugural Sports Betting East and West Africa event in 2016. Hosted by Eventus-International, the foremost independent global events company specialising in gaming conferences and exhibitions, Sports Betting West Africa is focused on the dynamic and growing sports betting and gambling markets in Africa. The summit’s tagline of “… the perfect entry into the African betting and gambling market!” promises and event not to be missed by operators, regulators and industry suppliers alike.
Comprising a two-day conference, a workshop day and exhibitor space, the summit features an extensive group of industry leaders and experts from Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and the United Kingdom, providing unparalleled networking and learning opportunities to the attendees.
Challenging and investigating the core facets, trends and various regulatory matter of the West African betting and gambling markets, the event will inspire engaging conversation between regulators, operators and industry suppliers.
The two-day conference features high profile speakers such as  Mr Tunde Ali, Chairman and Mr Emmanuel Siisi Quainoo, Commissioner, Gaming Commission of Ghana; Mr Adolphus Ekpe, Director-General, Nigerian National Lottery Commission; Mr Lanre Gbajabiamila, CEO, Lagos State Lotteries Board; Mr Charles Wambia, Director, Betting Control and Licensing Board, Kenya and CEOs from leading operators addressing the betting and gambling landscapes, regulation, trends, opportunities and realities.  Attending the two masterclass workshops on day three will ensure delegates will be able to deal effectively with the legalities around establishing partnerships; as well as face the tax issues concerned with expansions into new markets.

SOURCE : calvinayre

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Colossus Bets products launched in Nigeria by 1960Bet and NairaBet

Two betting operators based in Nigeria, 1960Bet and NairaBet, have agreed a deal with Colossus Bets to launch the company’s products on their sites.
The terms of the agreement will see both 1960Bet and NairaBet launch the Colossus collection, including the flagship Pick 7 Colossus, which is live now on both sites.
Akin Alabi, Founder and CEO of NairaBet, said: “African punters love shooting for a big win from small spend accumulator bets. This product fits ideally with our client base across web and mobile and we are pleased to be introducing the Colossus product portfolio to Africa.”

Bernard Marantelli, Founder and CEO of Colossus Bets, said: “We are delighted to be live with two of the premier betting brands in Africa’s most populous country. As a localised Nigerian product our headline weekly Colossus pool will be presented as the ₦1,000,000,000 Colossus (one billion Nigerian Naira), making it by some distance Africa’s biggest bet.”
He added: “With partners now live in 3 continents, soon to be 4, betting firms everywhere are realizing the massive potential of lottery-sized sports betting pools, together with the hugely engaging partial cash-out feature which we have developed and patented.”
CEO and Founder of 1960Bet, Dotun Ajegbile, said of the announcement:”Our players are passionate about European football and with partial cash-out and global liquidity, this product is a great fit for the African market.”


source :Sbc News

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

3 BET9JA shop cashiers wanted in Ikeja Lagos

 



Please pass to someone that needs this.
Im  in need of 3 shop cashiers/attendants in my ikeja bet9ja shop. SSCE and OND holders only should apply. Applicant must know how to use the computer very well and be prepared to WORK WEEKENDS ! Salary is between N20,000 and N25,000 a month.
DETAILS OF TEST AND INTERVIEW
Date: Thursday, 19th December 2015.
Address: No 5, bashiru oweh street off medical road . off awolowo way ikeja lagos state 
Time: 11.00 am prompt
Contact numbers : 08182574157, 08182574867
send a copy for your cv to 0324network@gmail.com 

NOTE: Applicants should personally come to the venue of the recruitment exercise with their updated CVs, passport photographs, photocopies of their academic results (originals may be required for sighting purposes)
Thank you.

Monday, November 2, 2015

How to make withdrawal as an agent on bet9ja


Today i'm going to show you how to withdraw from bet9ja especially as an agent 

I realized a lot of agents do have a lot of problem with knowing how much or how  to withdraw to their bank account whenever they have winnings  

so today i will be spilling the beans and by the end of this post  you should never and ever call customer care again on how to withdraw or how much to withdraw 


ok lets go there...

first, go to  shop.mybet9ja.com and log in to your bet9ja agent 'admin account' 

before you start the withdrawal process the first thing to do is to know how much you can actually withdraw, most people forget that they need to remove the sales they made from the cash they will be asking for from the company 

But how will you really know how much to withdraw ?

first  from ''my account'' go to  ''report''  at  bottom left corner

 Then from 'report' you click on  ''sportracingdeposit'' 

Friday, October 23, 2015

How Baba Ijebu Lotto started - Kessington Adebutu As He Clocks 80

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Premier Lotto Limited (PLL) also known as Baba Ijebu is a Gaming Company which was incorporated in 2001 and was established to carry out the Lotto business in Nigeria. The founder and current Chief Executing Officer of the company is Chief Kessington Adebukunola Adebutu.



The name Premier Lotto might not immediately ring a bell to the ears of an average Nigerian but the soubriquet 'Baba Ijebu' does. This is the intriguing story of Chief Kessington Adebutu whom many people know simply as Baba Ijebu. He is the Chairman of Premier Lotto Limited. He is also the founder of Kessington Adebukola Adebutu Foundation. A philanthropist to the core who started life as a game man in the early 1960s.

His graceful ageing face appears in virtually every dailies you come across today as colleagues,
business partners and friends took out time to celebrate his 78th birthday in the media today.

Adebutu who many believed have been in the gaming business all his life started operating as a pool agent as far back as 1963.Lotto is not the only game business he runs, there are other ones like casino and pool.

According to him,  "Having no capital, I looked for a business that required little or no capital and what came to my mind was to be a pool agent, because to be a pool agent, what you just need is to get a table and your pen. So, you can see it is not capital intensive. I did that briefly and within a short time with my best friend, the late Chief Solomon Adebayo Ayoku, we dominated Africa. We then diversified to other areas like agriculture, manufacturing, estate management, the lotto, entertainment and so on. Today, I have the concession for the Gateway Hotels Abeokuta for 25 years."

But why the name "Baba Ijebu"?Hear him..."It’s not my making. It’s not the name given to me by my father. It’s a nickname from the public and our satisfied customers and of course I am from the Ijebu province, maybe that explains it better.