Bingo Star Africa Lotteries Launched
Roghas Entertainment Limited in partnership with the National Lotteries Authority (NLA) has launched the first Bingo Star Africa game into Ghana lottery game scene. Bingo Star Africa is an exciting new game for players who want a spectacular Life-changing win.
Bingo Star Africa is backed by years of experience that has proven joyous pastimes for the participating populace of Europe, useful tax revenue and with no real impact on the normal gambling outcomes of horse race and other bookmakers.
The game therefore brings sound prospects of financial returns to the government of Ghana through the NLA with no threat to the normal functions and outcomes of the flagship games of the authority.
Speaking during the launch in Accra on Wednesday, the Deputy Minister of Finance Mr. Kwaku Ricketts Hagan says the NLA over the past two years has contributed a cumulative amount of 45 million Ghana cedis into the consolidated fund, an amount significant in many respects in addition to employment generation and other multiplier effects in the economy.
He encouraged Ghanaians of legal age to patronize Bingo Star Africa game. He also assured investors that government would provide an enabling environment and incentives for operations.
The Director- General of the NLA, Brigadier General Martin Ahiangloin his address says the authority plans to increase its contribution to the government’s Consolidated Fund by 20 percent to end the year.
He assured patronize that the draw will be fair and a guarantee of secure prizes after wins.
According to him, the game will be operated in strict compliance under NLA supervision and in strict compliance with it regulations in order to maintainNLA integrity and transparency of the lottery as essential to NLA long- term success in Ghana.
He says NLA doors were opened to law abiding institutions that may partner with the authority in establishing lottery games in the country.
The Chief Executive of Roghas Entertainment, Mr. Alexandru Adrian Alexandrescu in his remarks said the game will provide affordable entertainment as well as generate wealth for Ghanaians whilst also raising funds for other good causes throughout the nation.
He says they currently working with NLA in six locations in the country namely Greater Accra, NLA Fortune House, Abeka Sales District and Tema Sales District, Volta Region-Ho, Ashanti Region-Kumasi and Western Region-Takoradi.
Bingo Star Africa Game Show is broadcast live on television – Metro TV every Sunday from 18:00 hrs to 19:00 hrs. Minimum age for the target market is 18 years and hosted by Yaw Sakyi.
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