We Will Advise Ourselves if Government Resfuse to Listen to Us - Executive Secretary of CLAAG, MR Kweku Dua

Story Reported by Gideon Kotey

 Executive Secretary of CLAAG, MR Kweku Dua

The Ghana Lotto Operators Association (GLOA) and the Lotto Agents Associations (CLAAG) yesterday threatened a nationwide demonstration over the reduction in the commission paid to lotto writers by the National Lottery Authority (NLA).

The two Associations will as well close all their offices until the government and NLA reverse the commission that had been deducted.

Addressing the media at a stakeholders’ engagement in Accra, the Executive Secretary of CLAAG, Kweku Duah-Tawia, said: “An announcement was made about a week ago that, effective 31st October 2022, commissions paid to lotto writers were reduced from 30% to 20%.”

Which means there was going to be a 10% reduction in their income levels. This announcement, he stated, followed with the implementation of the new commission of 20% given the already existing hardship in the economy.

Source: www.truthtvgh.com

Editor: Nii Amon 

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