In partnership with the National Lottery Authority a new lottery operative called “Wotiriye” has introduced an exciting mobile phone-based game called; *787#. The goal of this game is to simplify the experience of playing the lottery.
Anyone over 18 with a mobile phone can play – and they do not even need to have an expensive phone because the game works with any type of mobile phone.
Computer technician Hakeem Warris has been named the winner of *787# fourth-week draw of the National Lottery Authority.
The technician’s victory follows the footsteps of Week 3 raffle winner, Joyce Doku, a pupil-teacher in Akwatia, in the Eastern Region.
Ghana’s premier mobile lottery *787# announces its second Jackpot winner
who has won GHS 157,500.
Amabe Valerius, a tailoring apprentice who hails from Navrongo in the capital
of Kassena-Nankana District in the Upper East Region of north Ghana has
emerged the second jackpot winner for the mobile game *787#.
Former Captain of the Black Stars, Stephen Appiah this morning called on the Director General, Brigadier General Martin Ahiaglo (Rtd) at Fortune House, Accra.
The National Lottery Authority has presented a cheque of Ten thousand Ghana cedis (Ghs 10,000.00) and a carton of schnapps to the Akropong Traditional Council. This is to support the funeral rites of the late Okuapemhene, Oseadeeyo Addo Dankwa III who passed on in August 2015.
The National Lottery Authority has donated office equipment worth Thirteen thousand, four hundred and forty Ghana cedis (Ghs 13,440.00) to the Dabala Senior High Technical School (DASTECH) in the Volta Region.
Director-General of the National Lottery Authority (NLA), Brigadier General Martin Ahiaglo (Rtd)) has announced that the Authority has paid GH¢29
million into the consolidated fund. This represents 90 percent of its target with the Authority confident of achieving 100% by the end of the year. He was speaking at the launch of NLA’s Customer Service Week themed, ‘Your Smile Makes a Customers Day.
The National Lottery Authority has donated a cheque of Ten thousand Ghana cedis (Ghs 10,000.00) to the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection