Julius Berger Donates Medical Equipment to Anambra State Government

Julius Berger Plc has donated four hundred pieces of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to Anambra State Government to help its fight against the Covid-19 Pandemic.


Presenting the items, the Project Director for Second Niger Bridge, Mr. Friedrich Josef Wieser, said the gesture was in response to the call by the Anambra State Government for assistance in fighting the spread of the virus in the state, noting that Governor Willie Obiano has shown seriousness in the fight against the pandemic.


Describing the Second Niger Bridge as a priority project for Anambra, Delta and the entire country, Mr. Wieser said the bridge and many other ongoing projects in the State will continue to receive needed attention as normalcy returns in the nation.


Receiving the items, the Secretary to the State Government, Professor Solo Chukwulobelu said the State Government will judiciously utilize all donations in containing the spread of the virus and improving health facilities in the state, thanking the company for quality jobs and interventions being done on State roads.


The State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Vincent Okpala, who described the donation as thoughtful, said the PPEs will be of great help, especially now that community search for COVID-19 is being vigorously pursued.


About Julius Berger


Julius Berger Nigeria Plc is a Nigerian company offering integrated construction solutions. The company has been operating in Nigeria since 1965 and its scope covers all areas of construction. Julius Berger is dedicated to utilization of cutting-edge technologies, the continuous investment in staff training and strong partnership with clients. Quality, integrity, safety and sustainability are the pillars of Julius Berger’s structures and behaviors. The company is committed to being a responsible corporate citizen and actively seeks out opportunities to make measurable differences in the future of people and communities.

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