The National Lottery Is Looking For A Winner Of Rs 5 Million

8 years, 11 months ago - September 08, 2013
The holder of the ticket with the combination 5-7-8-10-21-33, validated Vallée Pitot at the draw on August 24, has still not presented at the headquarters of the National Lottery to pocket his check.

The National Lottery is in a unique situation since the 199th Lotto draw , made ??on August 24. Eleven days later, the player who selected the winning combination has indeed not yet submitted for pocketing his check of Rs 5 million. A first in the history of the National Lottery in Mauritius.He (or she ) has won Rs 5 million Lotto on August 24 by checking the six correct numbers , ie 5, 7, 8 , 10, 21 and 33. But the winner has still not presented to the counter to pocket his winnings. A is at least unusual in the history of the National Lottery in Mauritius.
The ticket was validated Snack Red Pepper at 25, boulevard Pitot Pitot Valley in the afternoon before the draw on August 24. Khatija Mamode Hossen , the innkeeper , is one of many people to be surprised that the winner has still not come to pick up their check after more than a week . "I find it surprising that someone holds a winning ticket of Rs 5 million and that he did not always presented . We wanted to know the identity of the person , or one who has been so fortunate. But as long to get to know , we're a little surprised , "says Khatija Hossen Mamode .
This is not only an unusual fact, but even the first time since the launch of Lotto Maurice , a winner does not attend the National Lottery in the week following the draw . It should be noted that if by chance the winning ticket was not submitted within six months from the date of the draw, the unclaimed money - in this case a total of Rs 5 million - would be for the National Solidarity Fund, managed by a committee under the aegis of the Ministry of Social Security. "What you want is that all those who have validated their ticket to Red Pepper Snack in the afternoon of August 24, more vigilant and carry out a thorough check of their numbers ," do you stand out from the side of the national Lottery.Note also that the jackpot this week is approximately Rs 30 million. In fact, the 200th draw - which was accompanied by a special bonus to mark the event , with the jackpot at Rs 20 million - has not been big winners .
This explains the addition of approximately Rs 10 million jackpot for the 201st draw, scheduled next Saturday.

Text by Le Mauricien

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