P55.6-million lotto win prompts 39-year-old man in Surigao del Norte to finally look for a potential bride

In a story published in The Philippine Daily Inquirer and posted on Inquirer.net, Miko Morelos reports that the man who won the P55.6-million jackpot in the 6/49 Super Lotto game on January 10 is now looking for a wife. The man was not named in the report (for obvious reasons), but he was described as " a 39-year-old Surigao del Norte native."

In a story published in The Philippine Daily Inquirer and posted on Inquirer.net, Miko Morelos reports that the man who won the P55.6-million jackpot in the 6/49 Super Lotto game on January 10 is now looking for a wife. The man was not named in the report (for obvious reasons), but he was described as " a 39-year-old Surigao del Norte native."

According to the report, the man had "cast aside the thought of getting married because he did not have a job and could not provide for his family." His lotto win changes everything. The report revealed that he then "told a Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) official that he was now searching for someone to share his life-and his winnings-with."

According to PCSO General Manager Jose Ferdinand Rojas II, the man bagged the jackpot when he got the winning number combination of 14-15-16-21-26-45, which was picked for him by a computer. Rojas added that the man had been "placing bets at least four times a week for the past eight years." The report nothed that the lucky bachelor claimed his winnings on Tuesday, January 17, at the PCSO office in Pasay City.

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The winner of the P55.6-million jackpot in the 6/49 Super Lotto game on January 10 is looking for a wife.

The 39-year-old native of Surigao del Norte said that for years, he cast aside the thought of getting married because he did not have a job and could not provide for his family.

With his future now secure, the man told a Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) official that he was now searching for someone to share his life-and his winnings-with.

According to PCSO General Manager Jose Ferdinand Rojas II, the man bagged the jackpot when he got the winning number combination of 14-15-16-21-26-45, which was picked for him by a computer.

He said the lucky bettor claimed his winnings Tuesday morning at the PCSO office in Pasay City.

"The man has been placing bets at least four times a week for the past eight years," Rojas said.

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"He did not marry because he does not have a job to support a family. But now, he plans to find a woman he will marry," he added.

The man also told Rojas that he would spend part of his winnings to build a house.

His other plans include buying a car, setting up a business, putting the rest of the money in the bank.

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