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Jumia Collaborates Lagos Food Bank To Share Love On Valentine’s Day

Jumia Collaborates Lagos Food Bank To Share Love On Valentine’s Day

Jumia celebrates Valentine’s day with underprivileged communities through its partnership with Lagos Food Bank. PM NEWS reports.

“We would like to take advantage of this opportunity to give back to the communities where we operate, and what better day than today to show love to families in underserved areas? We hope that our relationship with the Lagos Food Bank will have a positive influence on a number of families and demonstrate that we care,” stated Massimiliano Spalazzi, CEO of Jumia Nigeria”.

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“We are grateful for this partnership, especially coming from a company that has had a significant impact on local communities around the country”.

On his part, Founder/President Lagos Food Bank Initiative, Michael Sunbola, explained that the initiative aims to bridge the food gap created by inflation, and inequality in Nigeria. He said:

 “What we are doing here today is about food security. So what we do essentially is to focus on women and children who don’t know where their next meal comes from. We started in 2015 and we’ve impacted over 2.1 million people. Information Guide Nigeria

“This particular outreach is done in partnership with Jumia Nigeria. This is also to foster collaboration. Since we are not government funded, it is private sector driven and Jumia Nigeria is one of the reputable private companies in Nigeria. They have seen it fit to collaborate with us for the month of Love to reach over 200 families. The goal is to give them what can last them two to three weeks for a family of five”. jamb results

He said Agboyi is one of the 138 Communities the initiative serves, calling on more private partnerships to address the huge food gap in the country.

“We want other organisations to take a cue from what Jumia Nigeria is doing with Lagos Food Bank. We have to step out of our bubbles. People are suffering. Here are old women in the sun queuing. If they are not in need, they won’t do that. That is why we must never forget to carry the vulnerable in our society along”.

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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