GAC MOTORS’ Chen donates ambulance, face masks, N20m to combat COVID-19 in Nigeria

Chief Diana Chen, the business owner of GAC MOTORS in Nigeria, has donated an ambulance, 50,000 face masks and 20 million Naira, to combat COVID-19 in Nigeria.

“Now more than ever”, she says, “we all need to show serious concern and commitment to eliminating the threat of this virus so that we can return to our daily lives before the outbreak.”

She also emphasized that this cannot be achieved by the government alone, but by private organizations and individuals playing a part in helping the government achieve its goal.

Through her donations and efforts, Chief Diana and her foundation assured continued show of solidarity with the Nigerian people in the fight against COVID-19.

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Members of the Nigerian Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19, made up of business moguls like Aliko Dangote, Femi Otedola, AbdulsamadRabiu, Tony Elumelu, Herbert Wigwe, Segun Agbaje and Jim Ovia had earlier announced their contributions to the fight, and now to be recently joined by Chief Diana, who has continued to show commitment in phasing out this terrible dark period for the Nigerian people.

Chief Diana Chen’s voice has been crucial in rallying the Chinese business community in the country to also support the government’s efforts in this pandemic.

These efforts in helping the government fight the damaging pandemic has not only shown her deep community interest in Lagos state, but it also goes a long way to impact ordinary Nigerians for whom aid might have been otherwise out of reach.

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