Gambling firm Betika have issued a statement on the case of a Form Two boy who was seemingly murdered. The boy identified as Syengo had his body murdered and dumped by unknown assailant's. This is just days after winning a 200, 000 shs lottery. The body of the boy was found dumped in a thicket a few kilometers from hos rural home in Maliku area in Katulani district. The boy as it is reported had been missing for several days.
While commenting on the matter, Betika said that the case had not been brought to them yet and that person's under the age of 18 years were prohibited from gambling. The company further reveals that as a company, they know that every number in their system is registered by an Identification card, a signal that the user is someone over 18 year's. That they have no way of verifying to know whether teh accounts are being run by third parties or the owners of the Identification cards themselves.
A friend of the deceased revealed that Syengo had planned to go to Mombasa so as to join a couple od his friend's at the coast. He had also told his parent's to allow him board but did not reveal how he would finance himself as the parents were not well off.
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