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Golden Chance Lotto rewards sub-agents with tricycle, cash

By Gbenga Salau   |   16 November 2015   |   3:50 am  

Golden-Chance-LottoThirty sub-agents of Golden Chance Lotto recently smiled home with various gift items and cash for their commitment and hard work. There were 10 winners each in three categories.

Among the 10 winners in group C that went home with 40inch LED television and N12,000 cash were Shina Femi, a sub-agent in Sango Branch; Joshua Olatoyi of Okokomaiko Branch and John Pepper, a sub-agent in Epe Branch. Those in the Group B, got double-door deep freezer and N20,000 cash. And they included Osei Yaw from Epe Branch, Benson Dolapo of Surulere Branch and Ade of Ikeja Branch. The Group A winners got rewarded with tricycle popularly called Keke Marwa and N30,000 cash each.

Managing Director of Golden Chance Lotto, Mr. Charles Arthur, described the day as a great one for him because it was about rewarding those who have contributed to the growth of Golden Chance Lotto in Nigeria. According to him, rewarding hard work is not a one-off thing for his company like some of other lotto companies do. He said that when it was announced that sub-agents would be rewarded with new tricycles, many doubted it, wondering if it was possible. “But today, it is a reality and people can see that there is no fraud in it.”

He said they decided to reward the sub-agents because without them, Golden Chance Lotto could not continue to be in business, noting that many of the sub-agents carry on business under very hectic conditions, under the sun and the rain. He said when the sub-agents were first reward sometime ago, some people thought it would not be continued.

Arthur said he was not only happy that another reward party was being held for sub-agents, but that the reward prize had been increased.

He promised that his company would not only continue to reward hard working and committed sub-agents but also increase the prizes when next the event is held.

He implored the awardees to know that the reward for hard work is more work, and commended those who have enlisted for rewards.
Philip Attah, a sub-agent from Jakande, Ajah, was one of the winners, who got a tricycle and cash. An elated Attah said that his principal agent informed him that he was among those picked to smile home with a tricycle because he made the highest sales within his cluster. He said with the prize, he has been motivated to work harder and device new strategies to increase his sales.



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