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Firm Donates Relief Materials To Benue Flood Victims…

Tak Asset Management Limited under its corporate social responsibility initiative has extended support to flood-displaced persons in Benue State.

Last month’s flood in Benue State is estimated to have displaced more than 100,000 persons and affected 21 local governments.

The Head of Business Development, Ibrahim Alkali said the organisation was moved to action following the humanitarian disaster posed by the flood.

“As part of our relief efforts and humanitarian assistance in the form of shelter and provisions, we have donated 50 bags of rice, 100 bags of salt, 25 bags of sugar, 300 cartons of Indomie Noodles,100 mattresses, 100 blankets, and 100 mosquito nets,” he said.

Tak Asset Management Limited is a fund and portfolio management firm that focuses on growing the purchasing power of their clients capital.

Alkali said: “We focus on developing a deep understanding of our clients’ investment goals and create expertly tailored solutions that generate real returns. We have a dedicated team that comprises highly experienced and diverse investment professionals.”

“The relief materials are expected to reach more than 100,000 people who are currently taking shelter and living in relief camps across the state,” he said.

“It is a difficult time and we are providing priority access to relief material and medical aid to the ones affected by the floods. We offer condolences to the families who lost their loved ones and pray that the situation normalises soon.”

Receiving the items on behalf of the flood victims, the Commissioner of Health in Benue State, Dr Mrs Cecillia Ojabo said the government appreciate the kindness of Tak Asset Management and added that disasters like the flooding which followed this year’s rains in Benue that displaced thousands of people, always create a tremendous need for help.

Calling other well-meaning Nigerians to emulate Tak Asset Management, she said “Entire families have lost their homes and everything they own in this flooding. We need your continued support now to help people affected by disasters big and small.”

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