CSR: Premium Pension donates to schools, IDPs, orphanage

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Chuks Udo Okonta

Premium Pensions Limited (PPL), one of Nigeria’s leading Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs) with regard to Assets under Management, (AUM) has donated educational materials to select schools in Nigeria. The PFA also donated relief materials to some Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and orphanages in some parts of the country.

A statement by the firm’s Head, Corporate Communications, Aliyu Mohammed Ali, said the interventions are aimed at touching the lives of the beneficiaries positively, stressing that some of the CSR interventions include presentation of exercise books to Abia and Kaduna States.

Other donations, he said include food items and mattresses to Clapai Orphanage in Plateau State and clothing items to Internally Displace Persons (IDPs) in Borno State. Manual boreholes werealso constructed for Rawayya Village in Zamfara State as well as Karu abattoir and old-Kutunkun village in Gwagwalada within the Federal Capital Territory.

He noted that other interventions include; the provision of solar-powered lights in Federal University Dutse, Jigawa state and providing financial assistance to Miss. Onyekachi Ezekwe for surgical operation.

“As a responsible corporate entity, Premium Pension Limited cannot stand aloof when the opportunity to help people in need and contribute to the development of the society arises” said the Managing Director/CEO, Umar Sanda Mairami. “Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an integral part of the company’s corporate governance architecture for which we have won international awards.” He stated.

Premium Pension is one of the leading Pension Fund Administrators with offices across the country. The company has over N700 billion as Assets Under Management.

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