Also speaking, the Coordinator of the firm’s Palliative Programme, and Managing Director of PWAN Edge an affiliate of PWAN Group, Ambassador Iyiola OyiLola added.
“It was a fulfilling experience to see the excitement and the show of joy and appreciation on the faces of the people especially when they least expected that some one is thinking of them or bordered that they exist.”
The Managing Director of PWAN Prime Investments and Properties Limited. and joint Coordinator of the food distribution on Lagos Mainland, Obianuju Chinwuba, said that they decided to focus on the mainland area this time around because more of the vulnerable reside there. “We gave the palliatives first to the elderly, women/ mothers with children, younger persons and eventually to all residents, family to family.”
The items shared include rice, spaghetti, noodles, tomato, beans, mask and other essential items. For his own part, Femi Akanbi, PWAN’s Human Resources Officer, added: “We did the palliatives in Okota,Ilupeju, Ikorodu, Alimosho and Ibeju-Lekki areas of Lagos to show the masses love and give the hope; because we realise that government cannot do it all alone.
Ambassador Oyilola described PWAN as an organisation that is structured human face saying: “Since the inception of PWAN Group, it’s been about adding value to people in different forms and measure.
“From the first week of the lockdown, the company paid out a token of #6,000 to her over 60,000 independent marketers across Nigeria, gave out food items to the neighbourhood of Sangotedo, Abijo, lake all the way down to Eleko junction along Lagos/Epe Expressway.