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Mike Adenuga Donates N1.5 Billion To Support Nigeria’s Fight Against Coronavirus

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Mike Adenuga Donates N1.5 Billion To Support Nigeria’s Fight Against Coronavirus

The Mike Adenuga Foundation (MAF), established by business mogul, Dr. Mike Adenuga Jr., has donated the sum of N1.5 billion to support Nigeria’s fight against the global Coronavirus pandemic, otherwise known as COVID-19.

Giving the breakdown of the N1.5 billion donation, the Foundation said that “N1billion will go to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) which is coordinating efforts to raise funds from corporate bodies to support the initiatives aimed at combating the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria, while the Lagos State Government which has recorded the majority of the cases will get N500 million”.

The cheque was presented by Globacom’s Executive Vice Chairman, Mrs Bella Disu to the Lagos State Governor on Monday.

“We are fully aware that our nation is indeed passing through very challenging times, with unprecedented impact on how we live, survive, stay in touch with each other and conduct our businesses. We feel the pulse of our people, appreciate the pains of those who are sick or have lost loved ones and the anxiety of all of us compelled to live under the shadow of this dreaded pandemic”, the Foundation said.

MAF noted that the core values that connect people firmly with one another – love for family, community and enterprise – were the most threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic, and stressed that Dr Adenuga and his Foundation remained committed to the protection and promotion of those values, and appealed to Nigerians not to allow the pandemic to affect those values adversely.

In addition to this contribution, MAF shall actively continue its on-going efforts to assist various bodies and institutions in the country with the supply of such essential items as Sanitizers, Masks, Test Kits, Personal Prospective Equipment (PPEs), Respirators and other necessary requirements to combat the pandemic.

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  1. George Ekwe

    March 30, 2020 at 10:08 PM

    shame on dangote and otedola. Up Adenuga. I love u boss

    • Cupid

      March 31, 2020 at 1:08 AM

      And also Okoya and the Baby Wfe. They are always seen spending millions celebrating something.

    • olu

      March 31, 2020 at 4:44 AM

      not everyone talks when they give out money. How do you know if Dangote has not donated already. Moreover I heard Otedola donated 1 billion naira. Let us be mindful on how we comment on issues without 1st getting our informations right.

      I know we are all entitled to our opinions but let’s add wisdom please.

      • Cupid

        March 31, 2020 at 11:07 AM

        Mike Adenuga did not talk. Neither did Otedola. History and Newsmakers are those that brings what is newsworthy. People that does something worthwhile are those that are seen by the society and are those that make it to the media outlets, and are those that we recognize and shower praise upon.

  2. Ace

    March 31, 2020 at 4:39 PM

    Thank you sir for your help.

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