COVID-19:Lee Group donates 1.5 million face masks to FG

Lee, Group, FG, Facemasks, COVID, 19

A leading Chinese conglomerate based in Kano Lee group has donated 1.5million disposable facemasks to the federal government and its agencies as part of its support to the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.

A director in the Lee Group Alhaji  Ahmadu Haruna Zago presented the facemasks to the presidential task force on COVID-19 in Abuja on Monday.

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During the presentation of the facemasks to the presidential task force, Ahmadu Zago said the motive behind the gesture is to check the spread of the deadly virus.

Similarly, the donation was extended to the Nigerian immigration service where it’s comptroller general Muhammad Babandede commended the Lee group for the support.

Twenty thousand pieces of the facemasks were also presented to the Nigeria customs service where deputy comptroller general Umar Sanusi received the items on behalf of the comptroller general Hamid Ali.

Deputy Comptroller General, Nigeria Customs Service, Umar Sanusi and Alhaji Ahmadu Zago

Lee group is the second largest employer of labour in Kano after the state government has been in Nigeria since 1963.

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