Legal and fiscal seminar
April 25-23, 2019
An ALA/WLA event.
Hosted by LONACI
Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Africa
From April 23–25, 2019 a legal and fiscal seminar organized by the African Lottery Association (ALA), with the support of WLA, took place in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. LONACI (Loterie National du Côte D’Ivoire) graciously hosted the seminar, and went to great effort to ensure the success of the event.
ALA President, Mr. Amadou Samba Kane, Chief Executive Officer of LO.NA.SE (Loterie Nationale Sénégalaise) opened the seminar, welcoming the more then 100 participants from 14 different African nations, France, and Belgium. Mr. Dramane Coulibaly, Chief Executive Officer of host lottery LONACI extended a further warm welcome to the participants.
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