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Contributions to COVID-19 relief fund now ₦25.8 billion – CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that contributions to its relief fund under the auspices of Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) has increased  to  ₦25.8 billion.

Isaac Okoroafor, Director of Corporate Communications at CBN said in a statement in Lagos that the donations were from 107 donors.

The donors include individuals, banks and other corporate bodies.

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“The coalition hereby conveys its gratitude to all the institutions and individuals that have generously donated to this fund.

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“We urge others to consider contributing to this national solidarity to provide not only medical equipment and materials but also to render urgently needed palliatives to the poor and vulnerable segments of our society.

“We hereby restate our commitment to full disclosure and accountability for all donations made,” he said.

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Contributions to COVID-19 relief fund now ₦25.8 billion by Julius Alagbe

Contributions to COVID-19 relief fund now ₦25.8 billion – CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that contributions to its relief fund under the auspices of Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) has increased  to  ₦25.8 billion.

Isaac Okoroafor, Director of Corporate Communications at CBN said in a statement in Lagos that the donations were from 107 donors.

The donors include individuals, banks and other corporate bodies.

Read:https://dmarketforces.com/coronavirus-reveals-need-to-bridge-the-digital-divide-says-unctad/

“The coalition hereby conveys its gratitude to all the institutions and individuals that have generously donated to this fund.

“We urge others to consider contributing to this national solidarity to provide not only medical equipment and materials but also to render urgently needed palliatives to the poor and vulnerable segments of our society.

“We hereby restate our commitment to full disclosure and accountability for all donations made,” he said.

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