American man wins lottery for sixth time
Idaho: The American man has set an interesting record by winning the lottery for the sixth time in a row. He has won the lottery for the sixth time, which is equivalent to two and a half million dollars, or 40 million Pakistani rupees.
Brian Moss, from Meridian, a small town in Idaho, won the Crossword Scratch Game on Thursday. According to the Idaho Lottery, this is their sixth victory. However, it is also the biggest lottery prize they have ever won.
Brian Moss owns a small shop selling sporting goods and related foods. He said that he did not buy this lottery for the sake of prize but he knows that it helps the needy schools.
Like other US states and cities, the Idaho lottery is spent on public welfare, especially school welfare and the education of poor children. The money is also used to build school buildings. But Idaho’s colleges and universities also benefit. So far, 1 961 million has been spent on the Idaho Lottery alone.