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Lottery: CEO Departs for the U.S., Plans to Hold Bilateral Discussions with Lottery Executives and Key Stakeholders

Monrovia, September 24, 2013:The Executive Director of the Liberia National Lotteries Corporation, Hon. Martin S. Kollie departed the country for the United States of America to attend a Three-Day Awareness and Fundraising Program, organized by the Organization for the Promotion of Development in Liberia (OPODL), in support of the Disabled Community in Liberia.

According to Press Release of the  National Lottery Authority of Liberia , the program was scheduled to run from September 27-29, in the twice city of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The intend of the program, is to seek material and financial assistance in enabling the Liberia National Lotteries to achieve its mission by the means of helping the physically challenged and disabled community in Liberia, as well as meeting other social corporate responsibilities.

This international Fundraising program is OPODL’s way of contributing and making her impact felt within the transformation, developmental and infrastructure processes of  Liberia. Funds and donations raised at this occasion will be exclusively used for the sole purpose of benefiting and touching lives of the disabled community.

While in America, the Lotteries Chief Executive Officer, Hon. Martin S. Kolliewill meet with Corporate Business Heads and Investors in Minnesota, especially in the Gaming and Lottery Industries; as a means of spotlighting and exploring the many opportunities within the Lottery Industry of Liberia.

The Lotteries Boss is also scheduled to meet with some local government officials of Minnesota, including: Members of the Legislature, City Mayors and the Minnesota Congressional Delegation among others.

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