The Chairman of IVM Innoson Group, Chief Dr Innocent Chukwuma has donated an IVM Medical Ambulance to the Anambra State Government.
This is to support the State Government effort in its bid to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the start of the pandemic, Innoson channelled its strength and manpower towards the massive production of medical ambulances.
Innoson Donates IVM Medical Ambulance To Anambra State Government; Supports Nnewi Community With Relief Packages.
The Chairman of IVM Innoson Group, Chief Dr. Innocent Chukwuma has donated an IVM Medical Ambulance to the Anambra State Government pic.twitter.com/EIweeJc0FM
— Innoson Vehicles (@innosonvehicles) April 12, 2020
Massive discounts were given to show support to different state governments and corporate institutions that placed purchase orders for medical ambulances.
However, as a result of the first index case of the COVID-19 patient recorded in Anambra, Innoson Group Chairman has donated an IVM Medical Ambulance to the Anambra State Government to help contain the COVID-19 pandemic spread.
Mr Austin Manuel, on behalf of Chief Dr Innocent Chukwuma, urged all stakeholders within and beyond Nnewi, to support government efforts in the fight against the spread of coronavirus.
Innoson also donated over 1000 bags of rice to be distributed to the less privilege across all villages in Nnewi, to help cushion the effects of coronavirus lockdown.
Furthermore, Innoson Vehicles during the weekend extended its regard to its social media fans and followers for their numerous supports by giving out a small token of support to hundreds of families as it were able, to cushion the effects of COVID-19 lockdown.
IVM wishes to extend its regard to our fans and followers for their numerous support. Today, we will be giving out a small token to support as many families as we are able to. Here is the link to send your details
— Innoson Vehicles (@innosonvehicles) April 10, 2020
Finally, Innoson Vehicles says it will continue to show support and solidarity to our Nation and Nigerians in these trying times as we all join hands to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.