Ghana: Lotto Recievers Pledge Support for Otumfuo Lottery Game

The National Association of Private Lotto Operators and Agents in Ghana has expressed its readiness to support the successful roll out of Otumfuo Lottery Game initiated by the National Lottery Authority (NLA) to raise funds to support the Otumfuo Charity Foundation.

The association, led by Mr Frank Adjei, a businessman, is the largest group of private lotto operators and agents in the country.

According to the association, the successful implementation of Otumfuo Lottery Game would help to raise substantial revenue in support of Asanteman and Ghana.

More so, the game would help to create jobs and other employment opportunities for the youth of Asanteman and Ghana especially graduates, a statement from the NLA said.

As such, the association and its entire membership will assist the Working Committee for the Otumfuo Lottery Game to succeed.

"The association would also support in the areas of launching, distribution, marketing and selling of the scratch cards as well as participate in the Number Game and the Raffles in line with the terms and conditions of the Otumfuo Lottery Game".

"The association under the leadership of Mr Frank Adjei would serve as one of the backbone for the successful implementation of the Otumfuo Lottery Game as part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to Asanteman and Ghana," it said

The Association commended Kofi Osei- Ameyaw and National Lottery Authority(NLA) for such a laudable initiative of Otumfuo Lottery Game to support the socio-economic development of Asanteman and Ghana, the statement said.

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