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Atiku donates N50m to fight Coronavirus in Nigeria

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Nigeria’s former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has donated N50 million to curtail the spread of coronavirus in the nation.

The former Nigeria’s vice president made the announcement in a statement he issued on Wednesday.

Atiku, whose son is also infected with the deadly virus, donated the money through his company, Priam Group on Wednesday.

According to him, the donation is being made on his behalf by Priam Group to form part of the stimulus package the federal government should create for Nigerians.

The former vice president commended all individuals and corporate organisations who had contributed to Nigeria’s relief fund in one way or the other

Mr Abubakar called on more corporations and individuals with capacity, to assist the public in these trying times.

“To this end, Priam Group pledges N50 million on my behalf as my humble contribution to a relief Fund that will form part of the stimulus package.”

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