A leading transport company in Nigeria, GIGMobilty is offering to play a big role in the nation’s fight against the spread of the novel coronavirus which is ravaging the globe.
The company Wednesday revealed that it was willing to donate some buses to aid staff of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in their day-to-day activities during the trying period.
Nigeria is currently having its own share of the plague which originated in Wuhan, China, as there are already 51 confirmed cases of the disease across the country as at Wednesday.
“We will like to donate buses to @NCDCgov to help support its operations, as it works tirelessly to arrest the COVID-19 situation in Nigeria,” the company tweeted via its official handle.
The gesture was well received in the social media community with many viewing it as a great example of social responsibility in a time of crisis.
The NCDC is however yet to comment on the offer.
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