A bunch of Lebanese in Kano State have donated meals gadgets and different necessities price over One Hundred Million Naira (N100m) as their contribution to the state palliative programme to the poor within the inhabitants because the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic.
Presenting the gadgets to the state governor, Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, the Consul Basic of the Lebanese Group in Kano, Mr Khalil Muselmani stated the commodities embrace 30 Tonnes of rice and a couple of,000 packets of spaghetti.
Others are 1,000 luggage of Dawavita of 1kg, 500 packets of Juice drinks, 1,548 Hand Sanitizers, 1,500 Protecting Clothes, 20 boots, 500 cartons of detergent, amongst different gadgets.
“We are giving this in order to give a helping hand in alleviating some of the sufferings of those needy individuals in the state, during this situation,” he stated, including that they have been glad to assist the federal government and other people of the state in taking proactive measures towards the pandemic.
After receiving the gadgets, governor Ganduje handed them over to the Chairman of Fund Elevating Committee, Prof Muhammad Yahuza Bello.
Prof. Bello thanked the Lebanese Group, noting that they’re at all times prepared and prepared to behave in something that has to do with the event of the state
“One other advantage of our folks right here is that, even earlier than the approaching of this lethal COVID-19 disaster, our group may be very a lot concerned in serving to the needy amongst us.
“Our Committee has additionally lately obtained one other contribution from Poultry Farmers Affiliation, that donated 2,000 cartoons of eggs. Which we’ve already given out to Kids’s Residence,” he acknowledged.