Give 'n' Take National Lottery: 17.6m goes for grab this Sunday in week 35 National Jackpot Draw

The National Jackpot prize has increased to 17.6million Naira in Week 35 Draw, from initial rollover prize of 15m for 2018 Jackpot year. 17.53m Naira went for grab in Week 34 National Jackpot draw that took place at the National Jackpot Studio in Gwarimpa Abuja. 

This Sunday, the 2nd day of September, 2018, players, pundit and stakers will have the opportunity to trade tackle for the Jackpot prize now 17.6m. 

Over 320 players at last Sunday Draw scooped various cash prizes as Kaduna state, “Centre of Learning” emerged the State Powerball, with winning combination numbers of 27-7-14-29-34. 

So far over 11.5m cash prize money has been won this year and over 26,924 ticket holders have shared in Give'n'Take National jackpot money, by winning various cash prizes, but no Jackpot winner has emerged. 

In the spirit of the National Jackpot, the prize money will keep increasing until someone wins the 2018 National Jackpot and other indoor games of Give’n’Take. 

Give'n'Take urge Nigerians to play and win the Jackpot prize now increased to 17.53m or other cash prizes through MPOS from agents nationwide, or our mobile app, downloadable at or via our web play, by logging in to our website at In addition players can play through Quickteller and ATM machines or through our USSD platform, simply dial *554*55# or *347*55# to play. 

Give’n’Take offer a variety of other daily games players can play and win cash prizes, like Dream, Riches, Max, Climax, Mega Bucks, Crown, King, Delight and other traditional 5/90 lottery games as well as Best. 

The week 35 Draw will hold this Sunday, 2nd September 2018 at the National Jackpot Studio, located in Gwarimpa by 6;45 in the evening. You can join the live draw on our Facebook and instagram channels, and Instagram:, with a live radio broadcast by Greetings 105.7FM Abuja. 

According to the statement released by Onuora Aninwobodo Head of Media Give’n’Take 

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