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Kewalram’s workers donate 100 pints of blood to save lives

By Isaac Taiwo   |   09 January 2017   |   3:39 am
 President-elect, Rotary Club of Lagos Island, Sanjeev Tandon (left), Charter President, Rotary Club of Lagos Island, Vinod Garg, Group Managing Director, Kewalram Chanrai Group, Siva Subramanian, Chairman, Public Relations and Public Image Committee, Rotary International, District 9110, Ramesh Biswal, Chairman, Blood Donation, Dr. Femi Akodu and Deputy Managing Director, Kewalram Group, Victor Eburajolo (right) during the exercise

President-elect, Rotary Club of Lagos Island, Sanjeev Tandon (left), Charter President, Rotary Club of Lagos Island, Vinod Garg, Group Managing Director, Kewalram Chanrai Group, Siva Subramanian, Chairman, Public Relations and Public Image Committee, Rotary International, District 9110, Ramesh Biswal, Chairman, Blood Donation, Dr. Femi Akodu and Deputy Managing Director, Kewalram Group, Victor Eburajolo (right) during the exercise

About 100 pints of blood was donated to save lives at the blood donation camp and malaria prevention project organised by Kewalram Chanrai Foundation in conjunction with Lagos State Blood Transfusion and Rotary Club of Lagos Island at Afprint Compound, Oshodi-Apapa Expressway, Isolo, Lagos.

In addition to Rotary Club International, District 9110’s commitment to address the issue of dearth of blood in Lagos State Blood banks, the programme was organised to mark the memory of Mr. G.B. Chanrai, late Managing Director of Chanrai Group who died in active service.

The Deputy Managing Director, Kewalram, Chanrai Group, Mr. Victor Eburajolo commended Rotary Club of Lagos Island for partnering with Kewalrams Chanrai Foundation to cherish the contribution of the late managing director through donation of blood to save lives.


President, Rotary Club of Lagos Island, Vinod Garg appreciated the opportunity given to his club to serve in the area of blood donation, which was the seventh project of the newly formed club with members close to 100.

The Chairman, Blood donation, Dr. Femi Akodu said there was need to encourage voluntary blood donation among individuals and corporate organisations by emulating the Chanrai Group.




  • Rominiyis

    Thanks. Good corporate citizen by the organization and the people involve.

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