NLA to bring back Live Draws for 5/90 lotto on GTV starting March 15, 2021

NLA to bring back Live Draws for 5/90 lotto on GTV starting March 15, 2021

- The National Lottery Authority (NLA) will commence Live Draws for 5/90 lotto products starting March 15, 2021

- The Live Draws will begin from Monday to Saturday between the hours of 6:45-7 pm, except for Sundays and public holidays

- The NLA has explained the rationale behind bringing back the Live Draws for the 5/90 lotto

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The National Lottery Authority (NLA) will conduct Live Draws for 5/90 lotto products from Monday to Saturday starting Monday, March 15, 2021, between the hours of 6:45-7 pm.

The Live Draws for 5/90 lotto products would not be held on Sundays and public holidays.

To safeguard the reputation, integrity, and credibility of the NLA and its associated products and services, it has become very imperative to re-introduce the Live Draws.

The rationale behind bringing back the Live Draws for 5/90 lotto are as follows:

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NLA to bring back Live Draws for 5/90 lotto on GTV starting March 15, 2021
NLA to bring back Live Draws for 5/90 lotto on GTV starting March 15, 2021. Image: NLA
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1. To maintain and strengthen the transparency of the operations of NLA.

2. To maintain credibility and integrity of the Authority's Lotto Draws.

3. To increase sales and revenue generation for the government and Consolidated Fund for national development.

4. To educate the general public about the draw processes and procedures of the National Lottery Authority.

5. To combat and eradicate the activities of illegal lottery operations.

6. To combat and eradicate the activities of lotto fraudsters and scammers.

7. The Live Draws for 5/90 lotto would help to demystify the wrong perceptions in the lottery industry and bring lasting confidence to all stakeholders in the industry.

In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported on young Ghanaian engineer, Mohammed Amin Mansur, who now runs a successful business.

The chief executive officer of Amin Furnitures now makes a living working as a carpenter despite graduating with a computer engineering certificate from Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Co (IPMC).

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