The biggest day for lotto lovers in Ghana is here as the National Lottery Authority (NLA) draws the National Weekly Lotto.

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Asembi.com brings you the National Weekly Lotto results as soon as they happen.

The numbers will appear below as soon as they are available. Lotto results usually appear no later than 7PM.

If you cannot see the numbers, you might need to restart or refresh your browser if you are reading this on or after 7PM.


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National Weekly Lotto results for Saturday, 1 June, 2019

Event No.: 2955
Winning Numbers: 29-21-72-38-65
Machine Numbers: 25-15-32-45-10

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For more details visit the National Lottery Authority website.



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When do lottery ticket sales close?

If you are buying your tickets from a Lottery outlet, it closes at 6pm on the day of a draw. Closing times may differ on holidays and selected days.

What does a Lotto ticket cost?

NLA games can be played with any amount. Games are for 18years+ and you are encouraged to Play responsibly!

Beware of scams. The National Lottery Authority warns the general public that its products are dispensed on POS Terminals allocated to its accredited or licensed Lotto Marketing Companies and the address of its official website is www.nla.com.gh.,


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