Lotto company resumed in full force and with renewed impetus, after being banned by former President Jammeh. (LGG) Lotto Gaming Gambia Limited has paid a total of D3,600,000 to its lucky jackpot winners within 59 days of the resumption of the company, the senior marketing manager of the company revealed.
At the weekend, the company held a presentation ceremony at its head office at Westfield to give the three latest winners of its jackpot their money, a total of D150,000.
The three winners were Femi Victor, who received D50,000; Mohammed Touray, D50,000, and Matarr Badji, D50,000. Two other people won the football stakes: Babucarr Ceesay won D38,150 and Mohammed Faal, D20,700. Two weeks ago, Lotto paid a jackpot of D220,000 to various lucky winners.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony, Madam Anty Mbinko Jammeh, senior marketing manager of the company, applauded the government of President Adama Barrow for re-opening all the companies closed by his predecessor, Yahya Jammeh.
“I particularly thank him and his government for re-opening Lotto Gaming Gambia Limited as the company is out to complement the government’s efforts in addressing poverty and youth unemployment in the country,” she said.