Adama J Adama, CEO of Farm4Me, Nigeria’s number one Agritech Company, has donated some preventive items as part of the outfit’s corporate social responsibilities in the fight against the novel coronavirus.
Farm4Me is also constructing a bridge that links the village to another community. The company made the donation to Tse Amouka, an agrarian community in Gwer West LGA Benue State.
Speaking shortly after making the donation on Wednesday, Adama said the gesture was done as part of the company’s contribution to the fight against the deadly virus. “Our passion is to ring positive social impact to our host communities,” he said.
On why he donated preventive kits to the community, the young farmer said, “Coronavirus is real; there is no doubt about that. We need to do all we could to prevent it from spreading into our community.
“Some of the precautionary measures advised by medical experts include wearing of facemask and constant sanitization of hands. We donated those items to help fight against further spread of the disease in our country.
“We are also building a bridge that connects the agrarian community to another village as part of our corporate social responsibilities. We hope to do more as God empowers us,” Mr. Adama said.
The outfit is on the mission to put smiles on the faces of smallholder farmers, create jobs for vulnerable women and youths and make decent profit for working class Nigerians.