The African Lotteries Association (ALA), has organized its yearly seminar to deliberate on issues related to the lottery business on the continent, focusing on Responsible Gaming, this year.
Ghana’s National Lottery Authority (NLA) hosted the ALA Seminar as part of its 60th anniversary celebrations.
The NLA’s 60th anniversary celebration, has seen many big shots in the lottery industry from around the world converging in Accra for the event, and also to deliberate on the future of the industry, particularly “Responsible Gaming and Good Causes”.
The NLA boss, Samuel Awuku, expressed his profound appreciation to the President of World Lottery Association (WLA), Rebecca Paul and her executives for their excellent performance, which got them another two-year term by a unanimous decision to steer the affairs of the world lottery body.
Mr Awuku, was also grateful to Dramane Coulibaly, the President of ALA and his executives for giving him the opportunity to host the ALA Seminar, as part of our 60th anniversary celebration of Ghana’s NLA.