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A Lebanese national and a Pakistani citizen win $1 million each in Dubai Duty Free draw

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DDF representatives with the two tickets that won $1 million at the airport on Wednesday
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Dubai: A Lebanese national and a Pakistani citizen each won $ 1million in the latest weekly Dubai Duty Free Millennium Millionaire draw on Wednesday.

Makram Fata, a 48-year-old Lebanese national based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is a father of one and works as managing director for a movie and film production.

When asked on his initial plan with his win, he said: “I’m thinking of buying a property either in Saudi or in Greece.”

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Joining Fata as a millionaire isMuhammad Umar, a Pakistani national based in Sialkot, Pakistan.

Finest Surprise

Following the Millennium Millionaire draw, the Finest Surprise draw was conducted for four luxury vehicles. Both draws were held at the airport.

Ahmed Rashad, a 56-year-old Swiss national based in Dubai, won a BMW 740i M Sport car. He is a second time car winner as he previously won a BMW 750Li Executive car in 2021. Rashad is a father of three and works as a sales director for an IT company.

Kakunori Mori, a 41-year-old Japanese national based in Kagoshima, Japan won a Mercedes Benz G 63 Grand Edition car. Mori is a businessman and a father of two.

Ganesan Ramachandran, a 50-year-old Indian national based in Umm Al Quwain, won a BMW R 1250 GS Adventure motorbike.

A resident of Umm Al Quwain for over 20 years now, Ramachandran is a father of two and works as manager for a carpentry business.

Dunko Bogdanovic, a Croatian national based in Croatia, won an Aprilia RS 660 Extrema motorbike.

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