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Chairman of United Bank of Africa (UBA) Group, Tony Elumelu, through his foundation (Tony Elumelu Foundation - TEF) has approved the sum of ₦5billion relief fund to curb the devastating effect of COVID-19 across the 36 Nigerian States, including the Federal Capital Territory and other African Countries where the TEF is present.
This philanthropic and social responsibility was announced on Thursday, March 26 via the UBA's Group official twitter handle. According to the Foundation (TEF), ₦1billion would be expended on important equipment like ventilators and other medical supplies to various Medical Centers.
Below is the allocation breakdown of the ₦5billion:
₦1billion ($2.8million) to Lagos State Government in Nigeria.
₦500million ($1.4million) to Nigeria's Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
₦1billion ($2.8million) to the remaining 35 States in Nigeria.
₦1.5billion ($4.2million) to UBA's presence Countries in Africa.
₦1billion ($2.8million) for Medical Centers with equipment and supplies.
Free Telemedicine Call Center facility.
The $14million (an equilavent to ₦5billion) donation by the UBA Chairman have earned gracious comments from all and sundry via the social media platform; although some few persons could still be observed with statements of ingratitude concerning his philanthropic act.
Below is a screenshot of various comments:
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