LOTTO agents threaten shutdown - EntornoInteligente /

The Trinidad and To­ba­go Lot­to Agents As­so­ci­a­tion (TT­LAA) is call­ing on the Min­is­ter of Fi­nance Colm Im­bert to in­ter­vene in the run­ning of the Na­tion­al Lot­ter­ies Con­trol Board (NL­CB) or their mem­bers would de­sist from sell­ing lot­tery tick­ets and re­turn the ma­chines to the con­trol board.

In a press con­fer­ence to­day, the TT­LAA pres­i­dent, Allen Camp­bell, de­scribed the lot­ter­ies gov­ern­ing agency as a” run­away horse”. He said the NL­CB con­tin­ues to give agents con­flict­ing in­for­ma­tion and uni­lat­er­al­ly sup­press­ing their ma­chines.

The or­gan­i­sa­tion ac­cused the NL­CB of “strong arm­ing” the agents.

Camp­bell said they have con­stant­ly been meet­ing with the NL­CB chair­man Eu­stace Nan­cis, how­ev­er, while he has heard and un­der­stands their plight, noth­ing is be­ing done to re­solve them.

This is why TT­LAA di­rec­tor, Dean Per­sad called on the Min­is­ter of Fi­nance to con­duct a foren­sic au­dit on the com­pa­ny.

If their con­cerns are not al­le­vi­at­ed, he said, they would dis­con­tin­ue the op­er­a­tion of the NL­CB ma­chines as their griev­ances far out­weigh any fi­nan­cial ben­e­fit.

LINK ORIGINAL: The Trinidad Guardian

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