Winner Of $315 Million Powerball Jackpot In New Jersey Comes Forward


A North Jersey man came forward on Friday to reveal himself as the sole victor of $315.3 million Powerball jackpot, marking the third largest win of its kind in state history.

The cashier immediately said "Oh my God", after scanning the ticket, Souami said.

The next day, he realized that he had won. "I think your machine isn't working". It wasn't a victor. And I say to the lady, I hand it to the lady and I say 'Can you check?

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"What do you mean by, 'Oh my God?'" he asked her.

"My heart, it was just beating, beating, beating", he said, as the Post reported.

"North Dakota Powerball players have had some pretty good luck in 2018", said Randy Miller, director of the North Dakota Lottery, in a statement.

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Souami told reporters that he was "very emotional" after walking into the press conference with a wide smile on his face. The married father of four chose to take the money in a lump sum, so he'll get slightly more than $183 million after taxes.

Souami, a father of two who immigrated from an undisclosed country in Africa in 1996, had purchased the sole winning ticket. He said that, however, he wanted to make sure that 200 people that he works with "will be OK", according to ABC, without elaborating. "It's not so easy to quit just like that".

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