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Firm supports healthcare, education in Kano



Assene-Laborex Limited, a pharmaceutical business division of CFAO Nigeria plc, has supported youths in Kano State in healthcare, education and rugby sport.

Managing Director, Assene-Laborex, Paul Hogan disclosed this during the third annual iTry Schools Rugby Tournament at the Sani Abacha Stadium, Kano.

Sponsorsed by CFAO Solidarite and administered by the British Council, items were donated to support members of the winning teams in their education, whilst offering free genotype screening to many adults at the event, using the company’s new product called BioMedomics Sickle Scan™.

During the company’s courtesy calls on the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi and the Deputy Governor, Afiz Abubakar, Hogan said the company would remain committed to supporting youth awareness in the state regarding sickle cell anaemia

Abubakar thanked Assene-Laborex for supporting the event, calling other organisations to emulate the gesture.

The Grand Patron of Kano State Youth Rugby Championship, Sanusi II, described sports as one of the critical developmental activities that engender peace and unity amongst the citizens.

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