The Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) has received a donation of sanitary African Consumer Care Limited, a subsidiary of Dabur International Limited, manufacturers of Dabur Herbal toothpaste, as part of the donors’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Receiving the donated items, which included hand sanitisers and disinfectants, on behalf of the hospital, the Director of Clinical Services and Training, Dr. Ibrahim Mustafa appreciated the good gesture of the company and gave an assurance that the items would be put to good use.
He expressed the management of LASUTH’s happiness for the kind-hearted gestures of individuals and organisations supporting its efforts in the battle against infectious diseases, especially the global COVID-19 pandemic, calling on others to emulate the noble acts.
Speaking at the presentation event, the Chief Executive Officer of Time & Target Marketing Communications Ltd, Mr. Kennedy Eneremadu, stated that the company is aware of the pressure the COVID-19 pandemic places on health institutions.
He said that the presentation is part of contributions to support the fight against the pandemic in Nigeria.
According to Eneremadu, the organisation intends to donate more of its products such as Medimax Sanitisers and New Dazzl floor cleaners to the hospitals.
He described the products as very effective in eliminating different kinds of germs in homes and hospitals.Follow us on social media