The Tobago man who won this year's first drawing of the National Lotto Plus, plans to keep his winnings a secret from friends and family.
He won $6,454,791.64 in last Saturday's Draw #1817, with a Quick Pick.
"When asked how he planned to celebrate his winnings, he said he will not make a fuss and he didn't plan to tell anyone - neither his girlfriend nor children," a National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) Tobago official told Guardian Media.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has met with a high-level executive team from the Canadian-based Sunwing Travel Group, just weeks after Sunwing began a service from Toronto, Canada to Tobago.
The meeting took place today at the Diplomatic Centre, St Anns.
The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) said that Chief Executive Officer Stephen Hunter, Vice President Daniel Diaz and Executive Vice President, Business Affairs Sabah Mirza represented Sunwing at the meeting.
As the mad rush to have vehicles inspected and certified continues, Minority Leader Watson Duke is calling on the Government to “be reasonable” in enforcing the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Act as two of three working authorised vehicle inspection stations, service the entire of Tobago
Both are located on the western end of the island—the Licensing Department on Shirvan Road, Buccoo and Sylvester Auto World, Sherwood Park, Carnbee.