Lotto Gaming Gambia Limited (LGG) last Wednesday presented D220,220 to their last Sunday jackpot winner Malick Kah, a Senegalese petty trader based in The Gambia.
According to officials of Lotto Gaming Gambia Limited (LGG), “the company is the fastest way to eradicating poverty, creating one Gambia, one people, one nation”.
The LGG officials said the company is out to empower the youth as it is a source of revenue and employment opportunity while also discouraging the ‘back-way’ syndrome.
The officials expressed dissatisfaction over the way the company was closed up by the former regime, as they seized the opportunity to applaud the New Gambia under the presidency of Adama Barrow, for lifting the ban for their business to operate in The Gambia.
“We are more than delighted to see our business operating and is employing huge amount of youths in the country,” the LGG officials stated.
In delivering a speech at the presentation, one of the senior marketing officers, Madam Khady Mbinko Jammeh, said the company had been in existence for many years, but were closed by the ex-president.
“We don’t know the rationale behind the closure of this company,” she said. “Thanks to President Adama Barrow, who lifted the ban imposed on them and the company is now fully operational.”