Vanguard (Lagos)

22 September 2012

Nigeria: MTN Donates Security Vans to Ogun

Abeokuta — MTN Nigeria has donated five security vehicles to Ogun State as a way of supporting the state government in addressing security challenges in the state.

The vehicles were donated through the MTN Foundation Security Support Projects. The Director of the foundation, Prince Julius Adeluyi-Adelusi, said the gesture is a token of the contribution of the foundation to complement the effort of the government in addressing security issues in the state.

Adeluyi-Adelusi, a former Minister of Health, said the donation would be the beginning of better and more fruitful relationship between MTN Foundation and the state government.

He explained that the projects is part of the 292 projects across the country, saying Ogun is one of the beneficiaries of the 12 states that enjoyed from 60 security patrol vehicles.

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