A 37-year-old lineman from Manila has claimed the P119-million jackpot prize in the Super Lotto 6/49 draw last February 16.
Jose Ferdinand Rojas 2nd, Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office general manager, said the winner plans to buy house and lot, brand-new car, invest in business and save for his children’s future.
According to Rojas, the instant multi-millionaire has three children and plans to resign from his job at present.
Rojas turned over the prize check to the winner at the national lottery agency in Mandaluyong City (Metro Manila) on Monday.
He said the winner only bet P20 in hitting the winning combinations 03-19-26-29-33-39.
The winner got the combination from birthdates and a dream.
He said he has been betting in lotto since 1999.