COVID-19-Hypo Sensitises Religious Institutions

L-R – Small Imams, Ikeja Central Mosque, Alfa Sulaman Ojolowo; Alfa Jimoh Aromire; Area Marketing Manager Hypo Bleach, Mr. Adetunji Aderinfo; Chairman Committee, Ikeja Central Mosque, Alhaji Abduraheem Ajao, during Hypo Place of Worship Sensitisation at Ikeja Central Mosque, Ikeja, Lagos recently.

Ugo Aliogo

Hypo Hygiene Products Limited has partnered with religious institutions across Lagos to sensitise members on the importance of maintaining proper hygiene to contain the spread of the COVID-19 global pandemic in Nigeria.

According to a statement made available to THISDAY by the company, the Area Marketing Manager, Hypo Hygiene Products Limited, Emmanuel Inyang, said the donation was a reaffirmation of the company’s commitment to promoting environmental hygiene, especially with the outbreak of the coronavirus disease through its brands of bleach and toilet cleaners.

The statement said the company presented several cartons of Hypo to the RCCG Cornerstone Parish, Ago Palace Way in Lagos.

He further stated that sensitising the public and institutions was imperative in helping Nigerians understand the role maintaining good hygiene plays in curtailing the deadly virus, “which has now been reported in at least 170 countries around the world.”

“As a responsible company, our sole aim right now is to enlighten the general public on the importance of maintaining proper environmental and personal hygiene through sensitization and providing support.

“Public safety is our priority and we strongly believe promoting the culture of hygiene among Nigerians will play a part in effectively preventing the spread of the coronavirus,” he said.

Iyang lauded the efforts of the authorities in strengthening awareness generation among Nigerians through the media and other means.

He added that government cannot do it alone, hence Hypo Hygiene Products Limited offering its support through donations and sensitisation.

“The government needs all the support it can get and that is why we have embarked on this journey to strengthen its efforts. We have also visited mosques across the state and enlightened members on tips to prevent the spread of the deadly virus”, he said.

Paul Emoedume, who represented Danjuma Balewa, Senior Pastor, Redemeed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Cornerstone Parish commended the company for creating awareness on the importance of hygiene to curtail COVID-19.

He expressed gratitude for the company’s donation of its leading brand of bleach, Hypo.

According to Balewa, “At a time like this, enlightenment plays a key role in saving lives. This deadly disease is ravaging the world right now and while we pray to God for intervention, it is also important as individuals to play our role by maintaining good hygiene to prevent an outbreak. I would like to thank Hypo for this commendable effort – it will go a long way in saving the lives of many. May God bless the company and others doing their bid to create the much needed awareness at a time like this.”