COVID-19: SIFAX Group Donates Safety Kits To NPA

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As part of its resolve to further strengthen the fight against the spread of Coronavirus at the Tin Can Island Port, SIFAX Group, operators of Ports and Cargo Handling Terminal has donated protective equipment to the Nigerian Ports Authority.

According to a press statement sent to PLATFORM REPORTERS on Tuesday and signed by Mr Phillip Ojo, Officer, Corporate Communications of SIFAX Group, the donation was made through the Nigerian Ports Authority Liaison office at Tin Can Island.

L-R: Stanley Enumah, Deputy Manager, Procurement, Ports & Cargo Handling Services Limited; Victor Olotu, Acting Head, Business Development and Strategic Planning, SIFAX Group; Capt. Ibraheem Olugbade, Executive Director, SIFAX Off Dock; Umar Abubakar, Port Manager, Nigerian Ports Authority , Tin Can Island and Yetunde Okunade, Group Head, Procurement, SIFAX Group during the donation of COVID-19 protective items to the Nigerian Ports Authority, Tin Can Island Port, Lagos.

At the short ceremony, Capt. Ibraheem Olugbade, Executive Director, SIFAX Off Dock, explained that as an organization committed to flattening the curve and curbing the spread of COVID-19, SIFAX Group is donating 100 cartons of hand sanitizers, 200 boxes of hand gloves, 20 packs of special nose masks and 100 boxes of nose masks to the Nigerian Ports Authority.

Vehicles containing the donated items

In his response, Alhaji Abubakar Umar Ali, NPA Port Manager, Tin Can Island, thanked SIFAX Group for the kind gesture and noted that the equipment will be adequately reported to the NPA headquarters and put to use.

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