Kwara State government’s anti-coronavirus efforts received a boost last week Friday following the donation of three ambulance buses to the state government by the BUA Group.
BUA Group is a leading foods and infrastructure company in the country.
Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq who commended the company for donating the ambulance buses to the state government also acknowledged and appreciated earlier donation of N100 million by the company.
The governor who recognized the Chairman of BUA Group, Alhaji Abdulsamad Rabiu as biggest investor in the state also disclosed that the company which currently has about 200 expatriate staff equally has ongoing talks with the state government to break new grounds.
The governor urged other investors to follow the Abdulsamad Rabiu’s example.
‘I thank him for the 100 million naira he had earlier donated, I thank him for providing source of revenue for the state government, I thank him for the future prospects and investments.
Others should follow his example and invest in Kwara’, he said.
Senior General Manager, BUA Group , Mr. Rasheed Olayiwola who presented the ambulance buses to the state government said it was done to support Kwara State government’s anti-coronavirus efforts.
While stating BUA Group’s status as a principal stakeholder in Kwara State, he also noted that the donation was made in order to make it clear that the company is socially responsible.
Rasheed said Alhaji Abdulsamad Rabiu is particular about Kwara State and that apart from giving attention to his investment activities in the state, the wellbeing of the people of the state is also paramount in his mind.