Initially from Kerala, Navaneeth Sajeevan (30) was at the moment serving his discover interval when he was knowledgeable that he had received USD 1 million within the Dubai Obligation-Free (DDF) Millennium Millionaire Draw.
File picture of Navaneeth Sajeevan along with his spouse and little one (Image Courtesy: Fb @Navaneeth Sajeevan)
Life after the novel coronavirus was trying bleak for Navaneeth Sajeevan, a 30-year-old Indian expat from Kerala. Employed in an Abu Dhabi-based firm, Sajeevan was amongst these requested to go away resulting from a post-Covid monetary crunch.
Sajeevan is at the moment serving his discover interval. A father of 1, Navaneeth Sajeevan had simply bought performed with a job interview when he acquired the telephone name that was to alter his life.
That telephone name was from the Dubai Obligation-Free (DDF) informing Sajeevan that he had received a prize of USD 1 million on the DDF Millennium Millionaire Draw.
Initially from Kasargod in Kerala, Sajeevan lives along with his spouse and little one in Abu Dhabi. He purchased the profitable raffle ticket on-line on November 22.
“My spouse remains to be working right here. I used to be planning to move dwelling if I did not discover a good job. I’ve loans to the tune of 100,000 dirhams. This win will go in direction of that,” Sajeevan told Gulf News.
Apparently, Indians make up a big chunk of DDF Millennium Millionaire ticket consumers. Navaneeth Sajeevan is the 171st Indian to have received the DDF mega prize.
In April of this yr, an Indian expat from Dubai had received USD 1 million within the DDF mega millon greenback raffle. Nevertheless, the winner, later recognized as one Paraparambil George Varghese couldn’t fly all the way down to Dubai till August owing to Covid restrictions.
A gross sales govt who has been dwelling in Dubai for almost 4 a long time, Varghese is now ready for worldwide flights to renew in order that he can return to Dubai and declare his million-dollar prize.