COVID-19: CBN Gives Update On How Much Nigeria Has Made From Donations


The Nigeria Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) has so far realised N19.4 billion to help fight the dreaded pandemic.

The update of the contribution was announced in a document released by Mr Isaac Okorafor, Director, Communications of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in Abuja on Friday.

Okorafor disclosed that Wacot Rice Limited, Tolaram Africa Enterprises and Bank of Industry made donations of N500 million each.

He said former Vice President Atiku Abubakar among other donors gave N50 million to the relief fund.

POLITICS NIGERIA understands that CBN and Aliko Dangote were the highest contributors of two billion naira each.

Abdul Samad Rabiu (BUA Sugar Refinery), Segun Agbaje (GTB), Tony Elumelu (UBA), Oba Otudeko (First Bank), Jim Ovia (Zenith Bank), Herbert Wigwe (Access Bank) and Femi Otedola of Amperion Power Distribution donated one billion naira each to the relief fund and Deji Adeleke of Pacific Holding Ltd made N500 million donation.

He added that Union Bank Plc, Sterling Bank Plc, Standard Chartered Bank, Stanbic IBTC, Citi Bank Nigeria Ltd, FCMB, Fidelity Bank, ECOBank, African Steel Mills donated N250 million each and Multichoice Nigeria Limited contributed N200 million among others.

According to the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), as of April 3, there were 20 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 recorded in Nigeria, making a total of 210.

Also, 25 cases have been discharged and four deaths from COVID-19 recorded in Nigeria

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  1. What about Mr and Mrs Alakija’s (famfam oil) donation, it is not on this list. Also Mike Adenuga cash donation of N1.5b is also not part of the list.

  2. This money looks big. why the omission of some names. what about not too wealthy individuals like actors who donated one million and below. That could sum up to a billion too. No game o…….

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