An actual property and property growth firm, Lekki Gardens Property Ltd, has donated meals objects to over 1,000 households in its host communities in components of Lagos State.
The donation is its contribution to mitigate the influence of COVID-19 pandemic on houses.
At a handover ceremony of the objects in Lagos, Managing Director and Chief Government Officer of Lekki Gardens Property Richard Nyong mentioned the objects are for over 1,000 households in communities the place their estates are situated – Awoyaya, Parapo, Lakowe, Olokunla, Alabeko, Owode and Ikate-Elegushi, all in Lagos State.
He mentioned the corporate is supporting and touching the lives of over 4,000 individuals throughout the seven communities “on this modest intervention, emphasising that no matter it is going to price the corporate, inside its means, to the touch lives at this era, it shall do.”
Nyong, represented by Chief Engagement Officer of Lekki Gardens Property, Romeo Akinwade, mentioned that the nation and the world have been united in confronting “this pandemic. Our organisation can also be standing along with the federal government to make sure that we go away nobody behind. Therefore, we respect all who’re partnering us on this initiative to the touch as many lives as doable: whether or not it’s our employees, our host communities and our residents.”
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He mentioned the act of fine neighbourliness by Lekki Gardens Property is in line with its major enterprise objective, which resides a fulfilled life – higher residing; extra wealth; and a safe future.
“Nevertheless, we recognise that true wealth lies not within the pocket however within the coronary heart, which explains why we’ve got constantly been a part of our communities, being our neighbour’s keeper, since we started enterprise near a decade in the past.”
The Lekki Gardens Property chief govt famous that at present, many Nigerians are hungry and hopeless, including that there’s a sturdy feeling of abandonment and frustration, driving some into anti-social and legal actions.
These uncommon occasions, he mentioned, require that we give succour to the plenty in our communities.
Nyong mentioned the COVID-19 outbreak is predicted to have important impacts on segments of the world, noting that the populations most in danger are people who depend upon the casual economic system; have insufficient entry to social providers; and subsequently have restricted alternatives to manage.