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Foundation donates water treatment plants to Lagos communities


As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), TGI Group, through its CSR arm, CHI Foundation, has commissioned two water treatment plants in Isolo and Ejigbo local councils of Lagos State.

Residents of the communities could not hide their joy as they turned out for the handover ceremonies, which took place at Awoyemi Street, NNPC Road, Ejibgo and Agedegudu Street, Mushin Road, Isolo.

According to the chairman of CHI Foundation, Rt. Rev. Oluranti Odubogun, the donation is part of the foundation’s bid to impact on the lives of the people. Oluranti revealed that several projects have been carried out by the foundation since inception across the country.


“The foundation’s vision of improving the quality of life of Nigerians is not confined to Lagos, where the TGI Group has its corporate head office. Rather, the foundation has provided borehole facilities to other states of the country like Oyo, Osun and Ekiti.”

He encouraged the communities to take ownership of the projects and urged them to take all reasonable measures to protect them against misuse and vandalism. The foundation promised to maintain the facilities for the next two years during which it will also undertake other projects that will make life more comfortable for them.

Speaking during the commissioning, chairman of Ejigbo LCDA, Alhaji Bello Monsuru Obe, expressed delight at the project, which he described as timely. Also speaking, the chairman of Isolo LCDA, Samsudeen Abiodun Olaleye, commended the foundation for the gesture.

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