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Kaduna Inland Port donates food to host communities, journalists


Officials of the Kaduna Inland Dry Port and Inland Container Nigeria Limited have donated food to host communities and some journalists in the state to cushion the effect of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) lockdown.

The Port Manager, Mr. Rotimi Raimi- Hassan, while presenting the items to community leaders and journalists in Kaduna yesterday, said “it is our little way of contributing to the Down Quarters Communities amid the lockdown as a result of the pandemic.”

Noting that the foodstuff would support individuals and families during the lockdown, the manager urged the people in the communities to adhere to government’s directives to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the state.


Raimi-Hassan added that the Kaduna Inland Dry Port’s contribution to the fight against COVID-19 in the communities was in line with the company’s purpose of enhancing the quality of life and contributing to a healthier future.

“We will continue to play our essential role in ensuring the uninterrupted availability of our services which are critical for the sustenance and well-being of millions of Nigerian families.”

“ The Coronavirus is real and I called on all our host Communities members to follow the Federal Government health advice of washing their hands with soap or sanitizer, keeping physical distance and avoiding crowded places.,
Receiving the donation on behalf of the host Communities the Village Head of Down Quarters Alhaji Danjuma Musa

commended the company for supporting the host Communities in cushioning the impact of COVID-19 on the people.

Similarly The Secretary of Nigerian Union of Journalists Kaduna State Council Mr. John Femi Adi also commended the officials of kaduna Inland Dry Port for seeing Journalists as partners in progress. Items donated includes Rices, Noodles, oil and Tomato paste.

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