Indigenous woman is recognized on the National Lottery ticket

In recognition of fishing, one of the most viable activities in Mexico, the National lottery presented a ticket with the image of an indigenous woman Maya doing this work in the waters of Campeche.

Maria Ramona Chi Cahún, producer of the KichiPan Kay tilapia Farm, which means “pretty mojarra”, originally from Tepakán, is the one that appears in the image of the new ticket for the raffle on January 11.

The jackpot of the lottery consists of 21 million pesos in three series and a distributable bag of 66 million pesos. The ‘cachito’ with the image of the indigenous woman of Campeche has a cost of 30 pesos.

National Lottery ticket dedicated to indigenous women

This is what the lottery ticket looks like. The big draw is next January 11.

The presentation of the new bill took place at the KichiPan Kay farm, where the governor of Campeche, Layda Sansores recognized the work done by María Ramona, who, with the support of her three daughters, demonstrate the strength of the peasant woman who accepts the challenges.

The farm’s producer, who appears on the bill, said she was proud to represent the aquacultureAn activity that has been in force in the country since the end of the 19th century and is currently also carried out by women.

For his part, the National Aquaculture and Fisheries Commissioner, Octavio Almada Palafox, affirmed that this initiative is a clear sign of inter-institutional work, in favor of the most disadvantaged, with the worthy image of a producer in the lottery, in recognition of the productive importance of the fishing subsector.

When is the National Lottery draw?

The big draw is next January 11.

The Major Draw No. 3825 It will take place in the Draw Room of the Moro Building of the National Lottery, next Tuesday, January 11 at 8:00 p.m. The Grand Prize consists of 21 million pesos in three series and a distributable bag of 66 million pesos.

The National Lottery ticket or ‘chachito’ as they are popularly known, has a cost of 30 pesos, while the series has a price of 600 pesos. As we advance in AmericanPost.News, the largest draw offers a total of 18,760 prizes and withdrawals.

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