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Updated: List of all companies and billionaires that have contributed to COVID-19 relief fund

The contributions are expected to assist the Federal Government of Nigeria in the ongoing fight against the Coronavirus pandemic which has already claimed more than ten lives in the country, including that of Abba Kyari, President Buhari’s Chief of Staff.

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The sum of N25.8 billion has so far been donated by 107 Nigerian companies and notable individuals, as relief fund to combat Coronavirus in the country. This is according to information obtained from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

The big donors: Among the biggest donors so far are the CBN and Alhaji Aliko Dangote, both of whom contributed N2 billion each. Other notable companies and prominent billionaires also donated N1 billion each, including Tony Elumelu, Modupe & Folorunsho Alakija, Abdulsamad Rabiu, Segun Agbaje, Herbert Wigwe, Oba Otedeko, Femi Otedola, Mike Adenuga, Jim Ovia, Raj Gupta, John Coumantatous, MTN Nigeria, and the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation, NDIC.

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You may view the full list below.

S/NNamesOrganisationAmount (Naira)
1CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIACENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA2,000,000,000.00
2ALIKO DANGOTEDANGOTE INDUSTRIES LIMITED2,000,000,000.00
3FLOOD RELIEF FUNDFLOOD RELIEF FUND1,500,000,000.00
4ABDULSAMAD RABIUBUA SUGAR REFINERY LIMITED1,000,000,000.00
5SEGUN AGABJEGUARANTY TRUST BANK1,000,000,000.00
6TONY ELUMELUUNITED BANK OF AFRICA1,000,000,000.00
7OBA OTEDEKOFIRST BANK OF NIGERIA1,000,000,000.00
8JIM OVIAZENITH BANK1,000,000,000.00
9MODUPE & FOLORUNSHO ALAKIJAFAMFA OIL LIMITED1,000,000,000.00
10NDICNIGERIA DEPOSIT INSURANCE COPORATION1,000,000,000.00
11HERBERT WIGWEACCESS BANK PLC1,000,000,000.00
12MIKE ADENUGAGLOBACOM1,000,000,000.00
13FEMI OTEDOLAAMPERION POWER DISTRIBUTION LTD1,000,000,000.00
14RAJ GUPTAAFRICAN STEEL MILLS NIG. LIMITED1,000,000,000.00
15MTN NIGERIA PLCMTN NIGERIA PLC1,000,000,000.00
16JOHN COUMANTATOUSFLOUR MILLS OF NIG LTD1,000,000,000.00
17DEJI ADELEKEPACIFIC HOLDING LTD500,000,000.00
18FRIESLAND CAMPINA WAMCOFRIESLAND CAMPINA WAMCO500,000,000.00
19BANK OF INDUSTRYBANK OF INDUSTRY500,000,000.00
20TOLARAM AFRICA ENTERPRISE LTDTOLARAM AFRICA ENTERPRISE LTD500,000,000.00
21RAHUL SAVARAWACOT RICE LTD500,000,000.00
22UNION BANK PLCUNION BANK PLC250,000,000.00
23STERLING BANK PLCSTERLING BANK PLC250,000,000.00
24STANDARD CHARTERED BANKSTANDARD CHARTERED BANK250,000,000.00
25STANBIC IBTCSTANBIC IBTC250,000,000.00
26CITIBANK NIGERIA LTDCITIBANK NIGERIA LTD250,000,000.00
27FCMBFCMB250,000,000.00
28FIDELITY BANKFIDELITY BANK250,000,000.00
29ECOBANK PLCECOBANK PLC250,000,000.00
30AFRICA FINANCE CORPORATIONAFRICA FINANCE CORPORATION250,000,000.00
31MULTICHOICE NIGERIA LIMITEDMULTICHOICE NIGERIA LIMITED200,000,000.00
32APM TERMINALS APAPA LIMITEDAPM TERMINALS APAPA LIMITED150,000,000.00
33FSDHFSDH100,000,000.00
34FBN MERCHANT BANKFBN MERCHANT BANK100,000,000.00
35RAND MERCHANT BANKRAND MERCHANT BANK100,000,000.00
36CORONATION MERCHANT BANKCORONATION MERCHANT BANK100,000,000.00
37SUNTRUST BANKSUNTRUST BANK100,000,000.00
38PROVIDUS BANKPROVIDUS BANK100,000,000.00
39WEMA BANKWEMA BANK100,000,000.00
40UNITY BANKUNITY BANK100,000,000.00
41HERITAGE BANKHERITAGE BANK100,000,000.00
42NOVA MERCHANT BANKNOVA MERCHANT BANK100,000,000.00
43POLARIS BANKPOLARIS BANK100,000,000.00
44KEYSTONE BANKKEYSTONE BANK100,000,000.00
45KC GAMING NETWORKS LTDKC GAMING NETWORKS LTD100,000,000.00
46PORTS AND TERMINAL MULTI SERV LTDPORTS AND TERMINAL MULTI SERV LTD100,000,000.00
47PORTS AND CARGO HANDLING SERVPORTS AND CARGO HANDLING SERV75,000,000.00
48FIVE STAR LOGISTICS LIMITEDFIVE STAR LOGISTICS LIMITED75,000,000.00
49ENL CONSORTIUMENL CONSORTIUM70,000,000.00
50JOSEPDAM PORTS SERVICES NIGJOSEPDAM PORTS SERVICES NIG60,000,000.00
51SYSTEMSPECS LIMITEDSYSTEMSPECS LIMITED50,000,161.25
52GLOBUS BANKGLOBUS BANK50,000,000.00
53TITAN TRUST BANKTITAN TRUST BANK50,000,000.00
54TAKAGRO CHEMICALS LTDTAKAGRO CHEMICALS LTD50,000,000.00
55ATIKU ABUBAKARADAMA BEVERAGES LTD50,000,000.00
56WA CONTAINERS TERMINALWA CONTAINERS TERMINAL50,000,000.00
57PORTS AND TERMINALPORTS AND TERMINAL50,000,000.00
58PASTOR W.F KUMUYIDEEPER CHRISTIAN LIFE MINISTRY50,000,000.00
59KAM WIRE LIMITEDKAM WIRE LIMITED30,000,000.00
60DE DAMAK NIG LTD AUTOMOBILEDE DAMAK NIG LTD AUTOMOBILE25,000,000.00
61AHMADU MAHMOUDAHMADU MAHMOUD20,000,000.00
62CWAYCWAY20,000,000.00
63ADRON HOMES PROPERTIES LTDADRON HOMES PROPERTIES LTD20,000,000.00
64EKEOMA EME EKEOMAEKEOMA EME EKEOMA10,000,000.00
65LADOL LOGISTICS LIMITEDLADOL LOGISTICS LIMITED10,000,000.00
66GREENWICH TRUST LIMITEDGREENWICH TRUST LIMITED10,000,000.00
67SIL CHEMICALS LIMITEDSIL CHEMICALS LIMITED10,000,000.00
68ECN TERMINALECN TERMINAL10,000,000.00
69APAPA BULK TERMINALAPAPA BULK TERMINAL10,000,000.00
70COWRY ASSET MANAGEMENT LIMITEDCOWRY ASSET MANAGEMENT LIMITED9,999,838.75
71MRS. ETU FOUNDATIONHANDY CAPITAL LTD5,000,000.00
72MECURE INDUSTRIESMECURE INDUSTRIES5,000,000.00
73COMET SHIPPING AGENCIES NIGERIACOMET SHIPPING AGENCIES NIGERIA5,000,000.00
74JUBALI BROTHERS LIMITEDJUBALI BROTHERS LIMITED4,000,000.00
75ADG INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES LTDADG INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES LTD2,500,000.00
76OCEAN LORDS LIMITEDOCEAN LORDS LIMITED2,000,000.00
77NORRENBERGER INVESTMENT LIMITEDNORRENBERGER INVESTMENT LIMITED2,000,000.00
78PROSHARENA LIMITEDPROSHARENA LIMITED1,000,000.00
79FEW CHORE FINANCE COMPANY LIMITEDFEW CHORE FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED1,000,000.00
80TARABAROZ FISHERIES LIMITEDTARABAROZ FISHERIES LIMITED594,451.25
81ABAYOMI FOLORUNSHOABAYOMI FOLORUNSHO500,000.00
82KANAKALA LAKSHPATHI NAIDUNANDU KANAKALA100,698.75
83USMAN AHMEDUSMAN AHMED50,000.00
84MANJI TABWAHAT LONGMUTMANJI TABWAHAT LONGMUT10,000.00
85JAYAKUMAR SELVAMJAYAKUMAR SELVAM10,000.00
86ANYAEHIE STANISLAUS IKECHUKWUANYAEHIE STANISLAUS IKECHUKWU10,000.00
87FREDERICK KIGHAFREDERICK KIGHA10,000.00
88MR & MRS OJO EDWARD OLUWAJOBAMR & MRS OJO EDWARD OLUWAJOBA3,000.00
89HAMZA MUHAMMAD KAMILAHAMZA MUHAMMAD KAMBA2,000.00
90KAMALU AMINUKAMALU AMINU1,000.00
91OLUWADAMILOLAFAGUIYE1,000.00
92MOHAMMED GHALI MUHAMMEDMOHAMMED GHALI MUHAMMED200
93ADAMU YUSUFADAMU YUSUF100
94UCHENDU COLLINSUCHENDU COLLINS100
95BASHIR AUWALBASHIR AUWAL60
96BILAL ABDULSALAMBILAL ABDULSALAM50
97UMAR NAFIU USMANUMAR NAFIU USMAN50
98SANI ALTO ISAHSANI ALTO ISAH20
99BASHIR SULAIMANBASHIR SULAIMAN20
100ABUBAKAR SHEHUABUBAKAR SHEHU10
101SANNI ZAKARIYYASANNI ZAKARIYYA10
102IBRAHIM MOHD BELLOIBRAHIM MOHD BELLO8
103UDRIS MUHAMMADUDRIS MUHAMMAD5
104ALHAJI MALLAM MUSAALHAJI MALLAM MUSA5
105ABUBAKAR ISMAIL ABUBAKARABUBAKAR ISMAIL ABUBAKAR2
106BELLO SHUAIBUBELLO SHUAIBU1
107GHGH1
TOTAL25,893,792,792.00

Emmanuel is a professional writer and business journalist, with interests covering Banking & Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Profiles, Brand Communication, Fintech, and MSMEs.He initially joined Nairametrics as an all-round Business Analyst, but later began focusing on and covering the financial services sector. He has also held various leadership roles, including Senior Editor, QAQC Lead, and Deputy Managing Editor.Emmanuel holds an M.Sc in International Relations from the University of Ibadan, graduating with Distinction. He also graduated with a Second Class Honours (Upper Division) from the Department of Philosophy & Logic, University of Ibadan.If you have a scoop for him, you may contact him via his email- [email protected] You may also contact him through various social media platforms, preferably LinkedIn and Twitter.

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    Lagos commences enforcement against building collapse, substandard materials

    The state government has moved to actualize its vision of zero tolerance for building collapse.

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    The Lagos State government said that it has commenced aggressive enforcement against quackery in construction to end building collapse in the state as it called for the support of building professionals.

    This is as the state government has moved to actualize its vision of zero tolerance for building collapse.

    This disclosure was made by the General Manager of Lagos State Materials Testing Laboratory (LSMTL), Mr Olufunsho Elulade, at its inaugural stakeholders’ conference with the theme, ‘Construction, Material Quality Control and Assurance in Lagos State, on Tuesday in Lagos.

    According to a report from the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Elulade identified the use of substandard building materials and lack of adherence to quality assurance standards as the major causes of building collapse in the state.

    He said the agency will immediately start standard enforcement in the building construction value chain to ensure the use of the right materials.

    Elulade said, “We are, hereby, using this medium to state the terms of operations with all our stakeholders across the state; we want to partner with you to move the state forward in order to have safer Lagos for the benefit of all.’

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    Burger King to open first outlet in Nigeria by Q4 2021

    Burger King is expected to employ about 6,000 people (direct and indirect) in Nigeria between 2021 and 2026.

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    Burger King, an American multinational hamburger fast food chain, is expected to start its operations in Nigeria by the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2021.

    The company is also expected to employ about 6,000 people (direct and indirect) in the country between 2021 and 2026, other things being equal.

    These were disclosed by Antoine Zammarieh, the Franchisee of Burger King in Nigeria and Managing Director, Allied Food & Confectionary Services Limited, in an interview with Nairametrics on Tuesday.

    He said, “Burger King will start operations by Autumn, i.e between September and November 2021. We have set up the Quality Control unit and have met some of our local suppliers to seal the deal. Also, we have sent some of the ingredients to America to test quality.

    As a company, we are delighted to enter this new market being the largest country in Africa and are looking forward to serving our future guests with our world-famous Burger King meals.

    Most importantly, our goal is to positively contribute to the economy by creating more jobs and employment opportunities. In five years, we hope to directly or indirectly employ between 5,000 and 6,000 people in Nigeria.”

    Zammarieh added that the hamburger maker, in a show of interest in the Nigerian market, had signed a development agreement for the Nigerian market.

    He explained that the development agreement of the chain in Nigeria, which was recently signed, would give more confidence to the Nigerian market and consumers in general, especially during these hard times.

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    Nairametrics had reported, three weeks back, when Zammarieh said, “I always believed in Nigeria and in its people. I am confident this venture will go a long way and prove successful for Burger King, Nigeria, and our company.”

    “I believe this will be a tremendous step towards giving more confidence to the Nigerian market and consumers in general.”

    What to expect

    The first outlet of the hamburger chain in Nigeria is expected to be launched in Lagos.

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    The COVID-19 pandemic however has affected the fast-food industry severely, as the disruption to the industry’s supply chain, especially the on-trade channel, which accounts for a significant percentage of restaurant sales, triggered declines in their profits in 2020.

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