October 24, 2020
October 24, 2020

COVID-19 CRISIS: Ruparelia Foundation, Gateway Delta and Gateway Metroplex donate 4,000 food kits to Covid-19 taskforce.

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Covid-19 Crisis: Ruparelia Foundation in together with Gateway Delta and Gateway Metroplex Ltd, have donated 4,000 food kits to the needy as the coronavirus/Covid-19 victims continues to raised
“The country is going through one of its most difficult periods since independence in 1962. We are fighting a disease that cannot be seen. In comparison to some countries in Europe and America and China etc, have recorded Covid-19 related deaths in their thousands, we in Uganda are so far lucky in that not a single death has been recorded.” Said Mr. Rajiv Ruparelia, Managing Director of Ruparelia Group of Companies and a trustee at Ruparelia Foundation immediately after handing over the donation to the taskforce at the office of the prime minister
He adds that “It does not mean that we should relax. If anything, we must continue to heed the directives of President “Museveni” and health minister Dr. Ruth Acheng, if we are to come out of the crisis unscathed”.
However, in this crisis there are many people who have lost their jobs and are currently unable to support themselves.
This not only the first donation from Ruparelia group of companies, following the presidential call in weeks back to all investors and individuals to contribute what they can to fight against Covid-19, Ruparelia group donated two Tata pick-ups to help the Government in this particular crisis time and beyond.
It’s the second time as Ruparelia Foundation under Ruparelia group to answer the president’s call and along with Gateway Delta and Gateway Metroplex Limited, we are donating 4,000 food kits to be distributed to those in need.
Each of the 4,000 food kits package contains,
2kgs of posho,
1kg of sugar,
1k of beans and
Detergent soap/1 bar of soap.
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