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kenneth Kinyambo from Tanzania message

kenneth Kinyambo from Tanzania message
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Of course winning a lottery would make me and my wife very happy. But if we ever did, we have made up our minds as to what to do with the money – 90% of it would go to charities and helping those who really need help, people who are having their homes repossessed by banks, people who lose everything in a natural disaster, etc. How much money do we need to carry on with our lives? A million in our account would do us and the children for always. I basically think these rollovers become obscene.
On the other hand, winning a lottery would make me and my wife very happy. But if we ever did, we have made up our minds as to what to do with the money – 90% of it would go to charities and helping those who really need help, people who are having their homes repossessed by banks, people who lose everything in a natural disaster, etc. How much money do we need to carry on with our lives? A million in our account would do us and the children for always. I basically think these rollovers become obscene. Why not split the jackpot further down and give more people a chance of also winning lottery money? One person gets a vulgar amount while another picks up £5.

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