While Nigeria continues the fight to curb the spread of the deadly Coronavirus “COVID-19”, many private and government organizations have been showing great support with donations. This last weekend, the international promoter of Lontor, GREE and GAC Motors in Nigeria; Chief Diana Chen has contributed her quota by donating 50,000 face masks, ambulance and ₦20 million to both Lagos State and Nigeria as a whole.
Chief Diana Chen of GAC Motors donates 50,000 face masks, ambulance and ₦20million to fight COVID-19 in Nigeria
According to PUNCH_NG reports, Chief Diana Chen also assured all Nigerians of her solidarity to support the fight in curbing the deadly COVID-19 virus. Isn’t it interesting that the Chairman of CIG & GAC Motor company in Nigeria is donating money and cars to fight against COVID-19 while Nasarawa state government has spent about ₦500 million in buying cars for lawmakers during this pandemic?
When presenting donations to support fight against COVID-19, Chief Diana Chen said that everyone needs to show more concern as well as a commitment to getting rid of the threats which the deadly virus poses to Nigeria in order for normal life activities to be restored on time. She also stressed that the government alone cannot defeat this novel virus, but rather the collective efforts of individuals and private organizations will play a big role in achieving the desired goal.
Just as we mentioned above, Chief Diana Chen is currently the Chairman of the Nigerian base (branch) of CIG, GAC Motors, Lontor, and GREE Chinese brands. She has now joined a league of elite Nigerians that are supporting at the frontlines in this fight to eradicate the COVID-19 outbreak in the country.
Other business moguls that are part of the Nigerian Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19 include;
- Jim Ovia
- Segun Agbaje
- Herbert Wigwe
- Tony Elumelu
- Abdulsamad Ramiu
- Femi Otedola
- Aliko Dangote
Talking of the current fight against COVID-19 in Nigeria will be incomplete at this time without recognizing the great loss of Abba Kyari to this novel virus last week. Below is a press video capturing the moment of his burial;
Coronavirus Pandemic: Abba Kyari buried in Gugu Cemetery Abuja | TV360 Nigeria