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Monday, 3 September 2012

Promasidor donates medical equipment to Isolo LCDA

Promasidor Nigeria Limited, makers of Cowbell Milk, has donated medical equipment to a public health centre in Okota in Isolo Local Council Development Area of Lagos.

Some of the items donated to the centre include blood pressure monitors, projectors, X-ray machines, gauzes, surgical gowns, drapes and bandages, printers, bin liners amongst others.

Mr. Isiaka Lawal, Corporate Communication Co-ordinator of Promasidor said the company was partnering with the Isolo Local Council Development Area to provide medical equipment for the public health center, which is in line with the company’s corporate social responsibility policy.

“As a company, it is part of our policy to give back to the community in which we operate in and we know that partnering with the Isolo Local Council Development Area on this project will be beneficial to our host community,” Isiaka said.

Honourable Shamsudeen Abiodun Olaleye, chairman of the local council development area said Promasidor Nigeria has continually impacted on the lives of the people in the community.

The chairman who marked his 300 days in office at the weekend said “We really want to appreciate the efforts of Promasidor Nigeria because it has not relented in assisting whenever it can. We want to really say thank you to the staff and management of Promasidor for the kind gesture.

We have looked forward to this partnership, at first we thought it was a mirage but now we know it has come to stay. The health center is ready but the structure is not enough the equipments are very keen and Promasidor has made the full realization of that promise. We want to say thank you also for the items that were donated.”

Olaleye also made known that since Promasidor joined his administration it has helped the Isolo Local Council Development Area in bringing smiles to the faces of  widows and has promised to empower the widows by giving them products for free as well as branded shops to start their own businesses.

4 comments:

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