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The African casino where you can meet celebrities

Written by Kwame Anane
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Thanks to favourable legislation and emerging economic opportunities, many gambling casinos have opened their doors in recent decades on the African continent. This phenomenon has already spread to thirty countries and looks set to continue in the future. In this article we take a look at three of the continent’s most notable casinos and the famous stars you might meet there!


Nigeria: Federal Palace Casino

Born in 1990, Augustine Miles Kelechi, better known as Tekno Miles, has an inspiring music career that has made him a superstar, eventually gaining him the title of King of Afro Pop. In 2012, he caught the attention of Nigerian comedian Julius Agwu when he performed his remix of Oleku. His career started there, which prompted him to move to Lagos to make his mark in the industry. Tekno Miles is an avid casino player, and his love for new technology means he loves to play casino online. You might even run into him at the casino, as there is the Federal Palace Casino in Lagos. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this luxurious complex offers its clients world-class services: casino, gym, swimming pools, tennis courts, etc. In a cosy and modern atmosphere, players can play American Roulette, Blackjack and Poker, or try their luck at the slot machines.

Gabon: Casino Croisette

In the heart of Libreville, this casino is a hotspot for the Gabonese jet set. Always animated, this casino offers all the classic casino games, shows and concerts and of course a restaurant. The clientele is a mix of tourists and celebrities, and if you go there, you might even bump into the singer Ludacris. Indeed, the rapper married a Gabonese woman and has visited the country several times. With a song like “Put Your Money Up”, Ludacris clearly confesses his love for gambling with the many references to Las Vegas.

Kenya: Senator Casino Mombasa Coast

This casino is a prestigious and sumptuous place. The refinement is present everywhere: in the decoration, in the food and the special cocktails and in the reception reserved for the customers. 59 slot machines and numerous gaming tables await the players. You might even run into King Kaka, one of the most famous Kenyan rappers ever. King Kaka is a philanthropist, entrepreneur and award-winning hip-hop icon. In addition to his musical fame, he is also known for his love of the casino and does not hesitate to officially represent a major casino chain.

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