Julius Berger fumigates Lagos airport against coronavirus

As part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) and contribution to the fight against the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has fumigated the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos.

A press statement by the company’s media relations office, Thursday, said the exercise was in collaboration with firm specialised in sanitisation and fumigation, Viprone.

 According to the statement, the departure hall, international arrival hall, sales desks of various airlines, offices of airport officials, stair railings, waiting areas inside the halls and passengers’ conveniences up to the control tower area were among the fumigated areas of the airport.

Senior airport and security personnel on essential duty, who guided the fumigation team in the successful exercise, commended Julius Berger and Viprone for the initiative.

Meanwhile, the construction giant has continued to expand its distribution of food and other palliatives to the vulnerable and needy in Lagos with the donation of bags of rice and of cooking condiments to Kosofe, Agege, and Alimosho local government areas bringing benefiting local governments to 14.

This is in line with the promise by the managing director of Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, Engr. Dr Lars Richter, that the fight against Covid-19 must be won hence the company’s commitment to support government’s efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

Restating the company’s commitment to the fight against Covid-19, the head, Julius Berger media relations office, Prince Moses Duku, said, “Julius Berger’s Food for Our Communities Campaign will continue at several communities in the coming days.”

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