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COVID-19: List of Wealthy Nigerians Donate to Fight Coronavirus

Following the Nigeria and some countries battle the spread of Covid-19, otherwise known as Coronavirus, the wealthy Nigerians and organisations, including banks, have donated billions of Naira to help fund medical centers and provide essential materials necessary to curtail the spread of Coronavirus in the country.

The list as of April 2, 8:21am, the Newsflash247 gathering as follows:

1. Aliko Dangote — N1Billion

2. Abdulsamad Rabiu — N1Billion

3. Femi Otedola — N1Billion    

4. Tony O Elumelu — N1Billion

5. Herbert O. Wigwe — N1Billion

6. Segun Agbaje — N1Billion

7. Jim Ovia —N1Billion

8. Access Bank — N1Billion.

9. GT Bank — N1Billion.

10. Zenith Banks —1Billion.

11. Atiku Abubakar —N50million.

12. UBA — N2.5Billion

13. NNPC — N11Billion

14. Robinson Ozomma A. — N10Million

15. Obiorah Okonkwo — N200Million

16. Idris Garuba — N170Million

17. Babatunde O shinowo — N500Million

18. Autor Eze — N500Million

19. Anthony Okonkwo — N40Million

20. Bola Adebisi — N70Million

21. Victor Nwaribeaku — N100Million

22. Onyeka Uwadiegwu — N100Million

23. Obi Obiwulu-Okwuoma — N100Million

24. Monday Akunna E. — N100Million

25. Ofoigbo Chinedu — N10Million

26. Uzokanmma Ndi Anambra Org. N100Million

27. Azubuike Ekweozor—N120Million

28. Evans Metuh A. — N100Million

29. Chief Christopher Eleodimuo (Ohamadike) — N500Million

30. Ifeanyi Ubah — N1Billion

31. Chika Okafor — N2Billion

32. Chief Peter Ngige — N1Billion

33. Peter Obi — N1Billion

34. Innocent Chukwuma — N2.5Billion

35. Ned Nwoko Foundation —100Million

36. Mike Adenuga—N1.5Billion

37. Chiedu Ikechukwu —N10Billion

38. Runtown —N10Million

39. Innocent Idibie —N10Million

40. Emeka Offor —N12Billion

41. Emmanuel Enoch — N60Billion

42. Bankole-Hammed M. — N900Million

43. Olabode Ayeni — N100Milion

44. Bola Ahmed Tinubu — N200Million

45. Deji Adeleke — N500Million

46. Bamidele Opeyemi — N10Million

47. Vera Akpan (8-year-old) — N2,350

Meanwhile, Newsflash247 had previously reported that the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), on Wednesday night, April 1, had announced the confirmation of another 23 new cases of COVID-19, otherwise known as Coronavirus in the country.

NCDC made the announcement Wednesday night on its official twitter account.

With the new 23 cases, Nigeria now has 174 confirmed cases of the coronavirus disease.

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Ilesanmi Adekanbi

Ilesanmi Adekanbi is a Journalist by profession. He has been working in the Nigeria media industry for the past 6 years. He holds several professional certificates. contact me on email: [email protected]

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