BUA Cement donates N25 million worth of medicine and a borehole to communities in Sokoto

BUA Cement Company Sokoto has donated an assortment of pharmaceutical drugs worth N10 million to 8 primary health care centers in host communities.

Medications included paracetamol, antibiotics, prenatal syringes, globes and drops among others.

Speaking at the presentation of the medicines, the company’s General Affairs Manager, Malam Sada Suleiman, said that it is the tradition of BUA Cement Sokoto to donate medicines to primary health centers for the benefit of the communities.

He instructed those responsible for the management of the beneficiary primary health care centers to make the best use of medicines for the benefit of the communities.

Suleiman, who was assisted by Deputy Director of Sales and Marketing, Malam Abdulganiyyu Yusuf, explained that the move was in line with the company’s social responsibility policy to support host communities with public services and facilities. other basic public needs aimed at improving their living conditions.

He said the BUA Group has engaged in a number of public community projects in places in Sokoto and other neighboring states.

“We provide similar support to neighboring states, especially in the areas of scholarship and the like. A lot has been done in Kebbi and Zamfara states by the BUA Sokoto factory,” he said.

The beneficiary clinics include the communities of Bakin Kusu, Gidan Boka, Wajeke, Mobile Police, Kalambaina, Sabon Garin Alu and Gidan Bailu.

On receiving the drugs, Wamakko Local Government Council Chairman Alhaji Bello Haliru Guiwa thanked the company for the gesture, saying it was not the first time the company has donated drugs to host communities. .

In a related development, BUA Cement Sokoto, has constructed and handed over a 10,000 gallon capacity solar powered borehole to the Dagelewa Community of Wajeke District in Wamakko Local Government Area.

Introducing the project, Malam Sada Suleiman disclosed that N15 million has been spent on drilling in the Dagelewa community.

Sada assured that BUA cement is ready to receive a complaint on any technical problem that may arise from the drilling.

Wajeke District Chief Alhaji Muhammadu Mailato appreciated the support for host communities and urged residents to protect the projects.

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