CALGARY — It will be up to the courts to decide if a Calgary-area man’s amazing run of lotto luck will continue.
Seguro Ndabene of Airdrie, just north of Calgary, has already won the lottery four times in the past five years — including two wins of $1 million and another of $100 thousand.
But his biggest win of all — $17 million in a Super 7 draw back in January — is being disputed.
According to court documents, Ndabene’s claim as sole winner is being questioned by a man who alleges the winning ticket was part of a group’s purchase and he wants a share.
The Western Canada Lottery Corporation attempted to sort out the complicated case.
But it ended up asking the Court of Queen’s Bench to make the final decision on who gets the cash.