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Uncovering the Scandalous Link Between Illegal Lotto Operators and Political Parties in Ghana

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The National Lottery Authority (NLA) has made a shocking revelation that some illegal lotto operators are reportedly funding the activities of the two major political parties in Ghana. The Director General of the NLA, Sammy Awuku, disclosed this alarming information during a press conference held in Accra.

Mr. Awuku disclosed that illegal lotto operators control a staggering 45% of the market share in Ghana, which has resulted in significant revenue losses for the government. These operators are carrying out their illegal activities without obtaining licenses or paying taxes, which is a clear violation of the country’s laws and regulations.

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Moreover, the illegal lotto operators have been using their ill-gotten gains to finance the activities of the two major political parties in the country. This scandalous revelation raises serious questions about the integrity of the political system in Ghana and the extent to which illegal activities have infiltrated the highest levels of government.

The NLA is taking action to curb the activities of these illegal lotto operators by working closely with the Ghana Police Service and other relevant agencies. The Authority has called on Ghanaians to report any suspicious activities related to illegal lotto operators to the appropriate authorities.

This scandalous revelation highlights the urgent need for a comprehensive overhaul of the lotto industry in Ghana. The government must take decisive action to regulate the industry and ensure that all operators comply with the law. It is also crucial to investigate the alleged links between illegal lotto operators and political parties to restore public trust in the political system.

The NLA has reiterated its commitment to working with all stakeholders to address this pressing issue and protect the interests of the Ghanaian people. The Authority has urged the public to remain vigilant and report any illegal activities related to lotto operations. Together, we can put an end to this scandalous practice and restore integrity to the lotto industry in Ghana.

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