COVID 19: MEMMCOL Donates Relief Materials, Disinfects Host Community
In line with its Corporate Social Responsibility thrust of supporting and standing with the host community where its world-class state-of the-art electricity meters manufacturing factory is located at Orimerunmu, Mowe, Ogun State, Momas Electricity Meters Manufacturing Company Limited (MEMMCOL) has donated relief materials to the residents of the host community.
The relief materials including Bags of Rice, Hand Sanitizers and Face Masks worth several millions of Naira was distributed to the different Community Development Associations (CDAs) within the Orimerunmu community on Friday, May 22, 2020 at an event held at the Palace of the Baale of Orimerunmu to cushion the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown on the people of the communities.
According to Engr. Kola Balogun, the Chairman, Momas Electricity Meters Manufacturing Company Limited (MEMMCOL), the donation to the community is part of the company’s kind gesture to the community aimed at providing relief for the people of the communities to ease the difficulties induced by the COVID- 19 pandemic.
“We are donating these relief materials to the communities as a way of showing our concern to the well-being of the people of our host communities especially during this trying period, each beneficiary would get 5kg bag of Rice, Hand Sanitizer and Face Masks”, he said.
Balogun disclosed further that apart from the donation of the relief materials, the company has also concluded plans to embarking on the disinfection of the communities with a view to keep the people protected thereby preventing the spread of Coronavirus.
“To achieve this, we have procured three Tricycles and converted them into a fumigation van, these truck loaded with disinfectants would be deployed to the communities to disinfect the communities”, he added.
In his own remarks during the presentation of the Relief materials, the Baale of Orimerunmu, Chief Mustafa Akiode commended the management and staff of Momas Electricity Meters Manufacturing Company Limited (MEMMCOL) for the donation and for always identifying with the community as a good corporate citizen. He prayed that the company would continue to wax stronger by the day. The Baale urged the CDA leaders to ensure that the items get to the most vulnerable within their respective community.
Reacting on behalf of the Community Development Associations (CDAs) the Chairman of Powerline Community Development Association, Pastor Obajemu Joseph thanked the management of the company for the donation and the disinfection of the community. He promised that the CDAs would be ready to corporate and collaborate with company at all times for the development of the community.