National Lottery Nigeria Pays Over 100,000 Winners Since Inception


The National Lottery Nigeria (NLN), says it has paid over 100, 000 winners since its operations in February 2023.

Layi Onafowokan, Managing Director of the company, made this known in a statement issued by Iyanu Adebiyi, Head, Media and Marketing of the company in Abuja.

It is recalled that the Federal Government in 2020 instituted the company to give more Nigerians a chance to participate in lotteries, enjoy entertainment and stand a chance of winning life changing prizes while redistributing wealth and generating massive revenues for social and economic development in the process.

According to Onafowokan, National Lottery Nigeria has been a trailblazer in the gaming industry, with an astounding record of over 100,000 winners.

Onafowokan added that the N45,000,000 jackpot prize continues to beckon, countless players have savoured the taste of victory, securing various cash prizes and establishing National Lottery Nigeria as the premier destination for exhilarating gaming experiences and tangible opportunities to strike it big.

“Our journey since February 2023 has been nothing short of remarkable.

“Our platform has become synonymous with excitement and possibility, offering Nigerians from all walks of life the chance to realise their dreams.”

Onafowokan said one of the most enticing features of NLN is the
incremental jackpot system, with every draw where the jackpot remains unclaimed, a portion of the ticket sales is rolled over to the next draw, progressively increasing the jackpot amount.

“Our incremental jackpot
system ensures that every draw is a chance for our players to win big.

“We are committed to ensuring that Nigerians have ample opportunities to change their lives through our platform.”

Onafowokan, reaffirmed the
organisation’s unwavering commitment to Nigerian players, adding that if the jackpot remains unclaimed, the company is poised for a ‘must-win’ draw because it
genuinely want Nigerians to experience the thrill of winning.

“At the heart of National Lottery Nigeria’s allure lies its groundbreaking incremental jackpot system.

“Each draw sees the jackpot grow incrementally, fueled by a portion of ticket sales from previous rounds where the jackpot remains unclaimed, ” he said.

Mr Umaru, one of the players who shared his success story, expressed excitement after winning N27, 000 from one of the draws attempt.

“I won N27,000 plus with an ordinary N100. I did my cash out and in less than 2 minutes, I got my alert. Thank you National Lottery Nigeria for the games, draws, and transparency.

“Winnings are real with you guys, keep up the Good job. I will not stop playing oh, I must win that N45,000,000, ” he said.

Nelly Michael, another fortunate winner, recounted her experience.

In her words, “I came across National Lottery Nigeria on Facebook, I registered and signed up, I used N100 to stake and won N7000.

“The second day, I staked N100 again and won N130,000. E shock me. ”

According to the Managing Director, National Lottery Nigeria has made significant strides through its Good Causes initiatives beyond creating winners.

He listed other contributions by the NLN to Nigerians to include providing free fuel for lucky Nigerians, financial support and relief materials for indigent patients at the National Hospital,
Abuja, and organising inspirational symposiums for sickle cell warriors
amongst many other initiatives.

“The organisation remains committed to making a positive impact in the community.

“In the realm of cancer
awareness, National Lottery Nigeria partnered with and donated to the Okapi Childhood Cancer Foundation, further solidifying its dedication to philanthropy and societal betterment.

“As National Lottery Nigeria continues to rewrite the narrative of gaming in Nigeria, we invite all Nigerians who are 18 years and above to join us on this
exhilarating journey. “

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