Lottery Singapore Won $429 Million – One Lucky Housewife Won $429 Million

One lucky housewife won $429 million in the Lottery Singapore. Despite the enormous amount of money, she kept the prize winnings from the media and her husband. However, she spoke to a women’s magazine to share her story. The housewife has been playing the 4-D lottery since she was 23 years old. She comes from an average income family, so winning the lottery is a real boost to her finances. Hopefully, other housewives will have this same fortune.

The only lottery operator legally allowed to operate in Singapore is Singapore Pools, which recently announced it would start holding live audience lottery draws again. Those interested in participating need not have any vaccination certificates or a photo ID, but must wear masks indoors. In addition, they cannot take food or drink on the premises. So, if you are a lucky one, don’t miss out on the fun! You can learn all about Lottery Singapore and its winning numbers at the official website.

The 4D lottery is operated by the government-owned Singapore Pools and is the most popular gambling activity in the country. It was first introduced in 1956, and has become the nation’s most popular lottery game. A newspaper article by Morgan, L., dated October 4, 1957, claimed that a winning number of $14 million would be drawn in the next two months. It was published on NewspaperSG and was later followed by an article by Chan, L., and Lian He Zao Bao on May 8, 1966.