It was a green afternoon at Afariogun street, Ikeja in Lagos last Saturday as Golden Chance Ventures Limited, the parent company of Golden Chance Lotto once again rewarded their sub-agents in Lagos and Ogun states this 1st quarter of 2016.
No less than 30 hard working sub-agents in three categories, carted away 10 branded tricycles, 10 double-door refrigerators and 10 42-inch plasma television sets including cash and other gifts
All ten tricycles and officials of the company were branded in green, the official colour of Golden Chance Lotto.
Ghanaian born actor, David McKenze anchored the award programme which had top officials of Golden Chance Ventures Ltd present. They include the Admin Director, Kayode Obasa, Chief Accountant of the group, Sunkanmi Obasa, Victor Okikiola (GM), Audit Manager, Martins Adeola, Mrs. Peju Akinbiyi (Marketing Manager) and Marketing Officer, Biodun Ogun.
At the high table with them were representatives of Lagos State Lottery Board, Duro Toyin Bamikale and Akinlade Orayemi; Ebenezer Ogundele and Kayode Balogun represented Ogun State Internal Revenue Board. A three piece entertainment group, KSI was on hand to spice up the ceremony during the interlude.
Veteran lotto personified, Mr. Charles Arthur (managing director of Golden Chance Lotto) was on hand to coordinate the event and handle the live Sunshine live draw.
The company’s marketing Manager, Mr. Peju Akinbiyi gave the opening address, brief and to the point as she assured that the future is bright for Golden Chance Lotto sub-agents, principals and stakers.
Golden Chance Lotto now in 28 states and FCT
In his keynote address, Arthur announced that Golden Chance Lotto is now established in 28 states and Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory. He expressed optimism that Golden Chance will eventually cover the nooks and crannies of the federation in their quest to make more and more Nigerians to become millionaires.
Commenting on the skepticism of their competitors, Arthur said, “Our competitors who hear of Golden Chance Lotto reward ceremonies say it is not real. They say it is not true, but what you’re seeing here today is true. Then they say again that we will get tired and stop rewarding sub-agents, but I promise you that we have only just started. This is just the beginning. We are working towards bigger prizes. The next time, you will be aiming for a brand new Toyota Camri.”
Why are we doing this? I say it all the time that without the sub-agents, there is no lotto business.
“And why do we appreciate them? Because every day, in the rain and in the sun, in the day and at nights, they are at work; everywhere you go you see the sub-agents there. So why should we not reward them? This is our way of appreciate their work.”
The ‘big boys’ category – the branded new tricycles with a cash price of N30,000 went to sub-agents Paul Nwobodo, Mr. George, the only lady standing in this category Mrs. Lydia Akeem of Okokomaiko centre, Mr. Kamoru from Epe, Mr. Joy (Surulere), Kolawole Ajibade (Sango Ota) and Mr. Monday also from Sango Ota.
Congratulating the winners, Charles Arthur announced that all
the tricycles you are winning today are licensed, branded in Golden Chance colours and paid for. In addition we have given you N30,000 to buy fuel and start another business immediately. We have also started new incentives include Instant Payment of commission. You don’t have to wait for the month end to pay commissions, he assured.