Covid-19: Nigerian Breweries Plc Extends Palliatives to NUJ

Covid-19: Nigerian Breweries Plc Extends Palliatives to NUJ
Zainab Tanimu
Kaduna, NorthWest, Nigeria
The Nigerian Breweries Plc as part of its efforts to cushion the effects of Covid -19 pandemic has extended palliative items to the Nigeria Union of Journalists, (NUJ), Kaduna State Council.
The Corporate Affairs Manager, North, Mr. Danjuma John Ekele, while delivering the gifts on Wednesday, July 29, 2020, said due to Covid-19 pandemic with its attendant harsh global realities, NB plc realized it is the time to identify with friends in the media who might be negatively impacted by the virus.
He also said it is a way of saying thank you to the media for the partnership, support and coverage of all NB Plc initiatives across the country.
According to him, the media has always been there for his organization, hence the token is a way of saying, “thank you” particularly as Sallah festival is around the corner.
“As the world adjusts to harsh global realities brought about by Covid-19, we realize that more than ever, this is the time for us to be there for our friends in the media who may have been negatively impacted by the virus,” he said.
Ekele added that the media objective reportage of NB activities has no doubt contributed in sustaining the brand reputation and image, which he said is critical to its continued business operations and success in Nigeria.
Responding, the Council Chairman, Comrade Adamu Yusuf, commended the NB for the kind gesture.
He said that the gifts couldn’t have come at a better time than now especially when Eid-El-Kabir celebration is on Friday, July 30, 2020.
“Our members will celebrate this year’s sallah in a big way.
“We appreciate NB Plc, and we believe the working relationship will continue to wax stronger for the benefits of us all,” he said.
Items donated include; bags of rice, packs of spaghetti, Noddles and oil, and also packs of maltina PET.
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