PAN Nigeria donates packs of noodles, 120 bags of rice, beans to Kaduna govt

As part of its corporate social responsibility, PAN Nigeria Limited has donated food items to the people of Kaduna State, in support of the state government’s efforts to ease the hardships brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.

The items, comprising 60 bags of rice, 60 bags of beans and 100 cartons of noodles, were presented in Kaduna by Mr Nazif Rufai, the company’s Head of Human Resources and Mr Oladeji Bamidele, its Head of Corporate Communications. PAN Nigeria Limited is one of the foremost auto manufacturing and assembly plants in Nigeria.

The gift items were received at Gen. Hassan Katsina House, by Mr Muhammad Bashir, the Permanent Secretary, General Services, who represented the Secretary to the State Government, Malam Balarabe Abbas Lawal.

While receiving the items, Bashir said, “PAN Nigeria Limited has done well by this benevolence and kind gesture. PAN Nigeria has been a leading corporate stakeholder in Kaduna State for several decades now, and we truly appreciate this donation which is a mark of its strong association with the state.”

Nazif who represented the Managing Director of the auto company, Mr Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed, said that: “We acknowledge the great efforts of the state government in providing appropriate medicare and relief to its people during this global health challenge, and we commend the administration of Malam Nasir El-Rufai for this.

“Kaduna has been a wonderful home for PAN Nigeria Limited from the inception of the company in 1972 till date, and we shall strive to remain a responsible corporate citizen towards the government and good people of the state.”

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