On Sunday, Madam Obaatanpa Horma Miezah, the NLA's deputy director who also serves as the western region treasurer of the NPP and the incoming representative for the Esikado-Ketan constituency, made a working visit to various lotto stickers and agents in her district.
The purpose of the visit was to interact with and inform the lotto stickers about the new steps the NLA has implemented to help the country's lotto agents and national lotteries run smoothly. Madam Horma urged these stakeholders to recognize the importance of adopting the cutting-edge technologies that NLA is seeking to improve the sector for all parties.
She also warned them against engaging in banker-to-banker activities since they hinder the achievement of the state agency's national objectives.
She urges them to support and assist the NLA in achieving its goal of regulating the lottery business in a way that is advantageous to all parties involved and transforms the sector into one of the best on the continent. In fact, the lady who will represent the Esikado-Ketan Constituency as the next member of Parliament is a woman. a proactive person who has the interests of the constituent and the constituency in mind.
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