I don’t sell fixed games — Enokay advises people against scammers using his name

Enokay advises against fraudsters in his name

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Famed Ghanaian tipster Enokay 69 has reacted to reports of scammers using his name to dupe people with promises of giving them betting selections.

People are mostly contacted by victims via social media, claiming to be the renowned tipster with promises that he has fixed games to sell, he observed.

According to him, most of the fraudsters even take money from the victims with the promise of staking bets for them.

Sharing his experience while speaking on the Nkrataasem program on Accra-based Adom FM, Enokay said he was almost beaten by a victim of the scammers at a waakye joint in Agboba, a suburb of Accra.

However, he took the opportunity to clarify that he does not believe in fixed matches nor does he sell betting odds for supposed fixed games, or text people on social media to buy odds.

He directed people who want genuine betting selections from him to visit his website enokay.com, and not to communicate with anyone on social media claiming to be him.

“I don’t sell fixed games; it doesn’t exist. I have never texted anyone offering fixed games to be sold for GHS500 or GHS1,000. I get hurt when people get duped in my name. I don’t even have time to text people, which is why I upload everything on my website,” he told the host, Kobby Stonne.

Enokay, the son of a pastor, is renowned as a kingpin in the country’s betting game, having won large sums of money and created a fortune from it.

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