19th May 2024

The Director-General of the National Lottery Authority (NLA), Kofi Osei-Ameyaw, has congratulated the management of KGL Technology Limited, the parent company of Keed Ghana Limited, on its perseverance and cooperation with the NLA, as the two bodies went through the processes of licensing KGL to operate legal lottery services in the country.

Mr Osei-Ameyaw expressed his beliefs in the competencies of KGL Technology Limited to provide an excellent customer-centric service on behalf of the NLA, adding that the deal will offer a big boost for the lottery industry in the country.

He was speaking at short ceremony to present licence to KGL to operate digital lottery products in the country.

Licence

KGL received licence from NLA to operate digital lottery products last week.

To this end, the company will be operating NLA 5/90 official short code, *959#, and other digital platforms under the brand name Keed-NLA.

The licence was presented to KGL Technology Limited by the Board Chairman and Director-General of the NLA.

Presenting the licence, Board Chairman of NLA, Togbe Francis Nyonyo, urged KGL to operate within the laws, terms and conditions of the licence granted. He further urged the company to pay wins promptly and ensure that it upholds the best standard practices in the lottery industry.

Respecting laws

The Executive Chairman of KGL Technology Limited, Alex Dadey, on behalf of the company, pledged the selfless commitment of KGL to the NLA and the Government of Ghana.

He assured the board that the company would operate within the laws, terms, and conditions of the licence.

He added that the company would work for the collective benefit of the government, NLA, the staking public and all stakeholders of the lottery industry.

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