It was a painful incidence after a fresh university graduate ( Paul Midega) committed suicide after staking on Arsenal game against Manchester city.
According to the report shared by the daily nation via their official Facebook page, Midega committed suicide after his brother gave him Ksh 80000 for fees a move that prompted him to stake on both teams to score between Arsenal and Manchester city.
According to the report, at about 10pm in the evening, Paul Midega could not believe that his money was gone after Manchester city thrashed Arsenal 5-0.
It is reported that Midega staked on the game without his brothers knowledge and believed that the move could help him from the hunger strike in the university.
According to the report, the body was taken to nearby mortuary awaiting for postmortem. The university are being advised to give the comrades free lunch to avoid temptation of students betting using fee to get something for food.
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