NLA offers 100,000 jobs

Director General of National Lottery Authority (NLA), Mr Kofi Osei-Ameyaw, has said that the management of NLA is doing everything possible through collaboration with stakeholders to create more jobs and maximize revenue for socio-economic development of the Country.

“As part of efforts to solve the unprecedented unemployment rate in Ghana, the management of NLA has come up with constructive and collaborative measures to create over 100, 000 jobs within a space of time to reduce the unemployment situation in Ghana,” he revealed.

He stated that stakeholders of NLA should expect the implementation of E-kiosk project across 29,000 Polling stations in the Country, operation of NLA owned online lottery platform and other lottery products,” he noted.

Addressing journalists in Accra last Tuesday to salute Ghanaian workers on the occasion of May Day celebration, Mr. Ameyaw indicated that, there were several challenges facing the lottery industry in Ghana.

But, according to him, the leadership of the Authority had made use  of   the tools at its  disposal,  and planned projects to overcome the menace of unemployment as well as correct the anomalies facing the industry.

He entreated the stakeholders, management, staff, Association of Lotto Marketing Companies (LMCs) and LMC B2B Lotto Operators, Agents and writers to continue to have absolute faith, trust, hope and confidence in management of the Authority to perform even better than before.

 

Story: Freeman KORYEKPOR AWLESU

Writer’s email:  freeman.koryekpor@todaygh.com

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