Ticket rush, as Dakinda Penalty Game’s monthly raffle draw approaches

*N7million up for grabs again

Old Parade Ground, Garki in the Area 10 section of Abuja is receiving unprecedented visitors ahead of the Dakinda Penalty Game second monthly raffle draw which is expected to come up in the last week of March.

Dakinda Football for Every Home handed over seven million Naira to 78 lucky winners in her first ever raffle draw which took place in the month of February 2017. Another 78 lucky winners are expected to emerge and cart home another seven million Naira at the end of this month and subsequent months respectively.

However, from our check, Nigerians both male and female and from the age of 18 and above are rushing to the Dakinda Penalty Game Centres: at the Old parade ground area 10, and Mopol playing ground Nyanya Abuja to buy tickets in order to qualify for this month’s raffle draw. The online buyers are not left out of the frenzy.

While presenting the prize to the last months’ winners, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dakinda Football for Every Home, Mr. Emmanuel Akpakwu said they (Dakinda Football for Every Home) will continue to keep to their words in rewarding the winners.

According to him, “The Penalty Game is in a Class of its own and there are no limits to what players can achieve, which explains the enthusiasm that has greeted this initiative from the test-running stage.

One of its major targets is youth empowerment, and it is therefore pertinent to state that youth restiveness and vices are expected to be on the decline after today, as our youths take advantage of the opportunities presented by the Dakinda game. The Dakinda Penalty Game is designed to increase the entertainment value of football with a focus on taking spot-kicks. With just 1 Ball and 1 Goal, eligible players can make money from football and live a good live.”

“It will interest you to note that in our first ever draw conducted in the month of February 2017, there is a particular man whose landlord gave a quite notice over his inability to pay a house rent of just a hundred and twenty thousand naira, but he bought our tickets and won five hundred thousand naira during the draw. Had he not played the Dakinda penalty game and win what would have become of him?” he queried.

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