COVID-19 :Julius Berger Donates PPEs To Lagos Hospitals.

Uploaded by on April 24, 2020



In sustenance of its commitment towards supporting government’s efforts in prosecuting the war against the spread of the global pandemic, Covid-19, leading construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has kicked off the distribution of loads of Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs) to hospitals across Lagos state.

In the first leg of the distribution of PPEs, the exercise which commenced on Thursday at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja, extended to General hospitals at Ikorodu, Agbowa to the General hospitals at Epe and Ibeju-Lekki.

At each location, the management of the hospitals were full of appreciation for Julius Berger Nigeria Plc for the timely intervention of the company in the fight against covid-19.

The donation of the PPEs is coming even as other palliatives by the company including food items were distributed and its fumigation of parts of the state is continuing.

At Lagos Island, the General hospital as well as the popular Lagos Island Maternity hospital got their share of the PPEs too.

Medical Director and Chief Executive Officer of Lagos Island Maternity, Dr. Olufemi M. Omololu said this effort by Julius Berger is well appreciated.

In the second leg of the exercise, scheduled beneficiary-hospitals include general hospitals in Badagry and Alimosho as well as the Lagos state Accident and Emergency Centre and Maternity and Child Centre, Amuwo amongst others.

Meanwhile, Julius Berger’s statewide fumigation exercise as well as the distribution of food palliatives across the state both of which started weeks back continues.

“The Board and Management of Julius Berger insists that the war against Coronavirus is a battle that must be won in the best interest of our country, people and economy,” said Prince Moses Duku, Group head of Julius Berger’s Media Relations Office.

By Abiola PETERS


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