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Thursday, October 1, 2020

LOTTO rewards cash prizes to more winners

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The draw was held live on the Gambia Radio and Television Services. Commenting on the win, Alieu Keita said he bought six tickets for a total of 90 dalasi and is very pleased to win over 33, 000 dalasi. “I have been winning 4 numbers and now I have won  5 numbers , so next time I  will go for the six numbers which pays a million dalasi,” a happy-looking  Keita said. Lotto officials were equally happy for him and the other winners and wished Mr Keita and all customers good luck.

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In another development, Sales Director Mamadi Ceesay said they are happy that their sponsorship of Brufut United FC is bearing fruition.  “We are happy to  work with Sulayman Cham in our  journey to help develop Gambian football because it means now  that our sponsored Brufut United FC has  free access to a gym with a personal trainer in fitness and aerobics,” he said. Brufut won Brikama 2-1 in the regional league championship last weekend, which was their second straight victory in the competition. Lotto has been so impressed that it teamed up with Universal Sports and Fitness Centre, one the best equipped training centres in The Gambia to provide fitness training for the Brufut team players. The gym is located on Kairaba Avenue and it is owned by Sulayman Cham a Norwegian-Gambian who is happy to bring his expertise to The Gambia to help in the provision of improve healthcare for Gambians. The gym also has a special athletics training programme for Gambians.

Read the full payment report below.

Winning numbers for the 31st of January draw:


5 numbers- 3 people, each — D33,333

4 numbers -52 people, each —D1,300

3 numbers -546 people, each – 2 free tickets. 

2 numbers- 2041 people -each 1 free ticket.

Total numbers of winners this week is 2642. The next draw is on Saturday February 7 on GRTS at 21:25pm.


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