The Lagos State Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LSLGA) has underlined its credentials after having its certifications revalidated by the International Standard Organisation (ISO).
LSLGA – responsible for regulating lotteries, scratch cards, sports betting and many other gaming activities within Lagos State in Nigeria – earned its recertification after undertaking a ‘rigorous’ exercise of reviewing, revamping and updating its documented business processes.
This was achieved with the stated aim of improving its core mandate of promoting, protecting and regulating the Lotteries and Gaming industry in Lagos State.
“The Lagos State Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LSLGA) has once again proven to be a foremost gaming regulator in west Africa and continues to evolve with its processes and operations,” commented CEO Bashir Are.
“This is a testament to the successful revalidation of its ISO 9001:2015 (QMS) and ISO 27001:2013 (ISMS) by the ISO, the certifying body.”
Are further stated that, as a stakeholder-focused organisation, it is the policy of LSLGA to conform with global best practices and standards that are applicable to the service delivery with precision.
“We strive to exceed all stakeholders’ expectations in a timely and efficient approach,” he added.
LSLGA was established by the Lagos State Lotteries Laws Cap L89 2004 Laws of Lagos State (now Lagos State Lotteries and Gaming Authority Law, 2021), and the organisation unveiled a new brand identity last year to sustain ‘trust and confidence’.