In continuation of the activities marking the country’s celebration of one hundred years as a nation, Nigerians have been given a golden opportunity to win fantastic prizes including 24 Hyundai Jeeps and one hundred million naira grand prize in the Centenary Lottery organized by Secure Electronic Technology Plc and powered by Globacom. Continue...
Addressing newsmen at the launch of a special Nigeria Centenary Lottery Television Commercial sponsored by Globacom in support of the promotion in Abuja, the company’s Business Director,Mr. Kemi Kaka, said the lottery was organized to give back to the society in a spectacular way.
He said Globacom as a truly Nigerian company was irrevocably committed to uplifting Nigerians and empowering them in an unlimited manner, especially in the mood of the Centenary Celebrations.
Apart from the grand prize of N100 million naira, other prizes that will be won by Nigerians during the promo which will run from June 17 to September 2 include N5,000 daily for 100 winners, N10,000 daily for 10 winners, N25,000 daily for 4 winners, one generator daily for one winner and one laptop daily for one winner. In addition, one winner will win Hyundai ix35 Bi-Weekly, while 3 Winners will win an all expenses paid trip to Brazil to watch the semi-finals of the World Cup in Brazil.
Speaking earlier, the representative of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Senior Special Assistant to the President on Research and Documentation, Architect Ferdinand Agu reiterated the importance of the Centenary Lottery as a way of generating revenue to assist government in making life better for Nigerians in all ramifications.
He commended Globacom for joining hands with the federal government to give Nigerians a worthy centenary celebrations.
Also speaking, the Director General, National Lottery Regulatory Commission, Dr. Adolphus Ekpe commended the centenary lottery which he described as a win-win platform for Nigerians. He urged participants not to hesitate to flag any issue to the Commission, promising to promptly tackle such issue in the best interests of the people.