Betin brand ambassador and former Harambee Stars Captain MacDonald Mariga has lauded leading gaming firm Betin for unveiling two more gambling shops in a bid to encourage entrepreneurship in Kenya.
Mariga who is in the country said by unveiling the two shops, more Kenyans will earn employment and help support their families.
Mariga who was flanked by fellow Ambassador and former Citizen TV news anchor Joy Muthengi. He urged Kenyans to join the Betin family to make their livelihood enjoyable and create more employment opportunities.
The event was graced by Betin regional Directors William Mugambi and Raxon Kinyua who promised to change the face of Bettin in the country.
“We are happy at Betin since we came to the market in 2015.The response from our customers and clientele has been superb and encouraging. We are looking forward for a healthy working relationship with our clients as we continue to venture into other towns,” said an optimistic Mugambi.
Betin, according to Kinyua, is targeting to cover the entire country. He said so far they have 400 Bettin shops in the country.
Diana Gachugi, Betin Marketing Manager said their goal is to provide gainful employment to Kenyan entrepreneurs as Betin Agents. These shops will become the latest additions to Betin’s ever expanding retail network which continues to empower individuals to own businesses.
Betin remains the only company to introduce live in play betting to the Kenyan market, alongside a full suite of casino games and virtual products including the famous Betin League.
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