Kufre Ekanem, Nigerian Breweries’ Corporate Affairs Adviser who represented the company’s Managing Director, Johan Doyer, said during the commissioning, that the donation of the facilities was a gesture that would contribute to the overall welfare of the men and officers of the Nigeria Immigration Service as they work to strengthen the security and prosperity of Nigeria through proactive, effective and efficient migration management. “As we commission this newly constructed and furnished clinic and a 100KVA generator, we reiterate our support for your vision to be a modern, effective and efficient Immigration Service, manned by well trained and motivated workforce,” he said.
Mr. Mohammed Babandede, Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service who was represented by Ishaku Hamad, Assistant Comptroller of Immigration, Zone A, Lagos State, commended the brewery giant for the medical facility and assured the company of its continued support in the future. “On behalf of the Nigeria Immigration Service, I want to thank Nigerian Breweries for this great asset donated to the Immigration Service. This facility would add value to the Immigration Service by catering for the health issues of its personnel.” He further called on all corporate organizations to take similar strides in corporate social responsibility akin to Nigerian Breweries.
Nigerian Breweries is Nigeria’s foremost and largest brewing firm. Its corporate social responsibility footprints extend to Education, youth empowerment, talent development, water, health to partnering with agencies of government such as the Federal Road Safety Corps to ensure safer roads, among other diverse areas of its engagement with Nigeria.