COVID-19: BFSuma donates food to Kaduna Catholic Archdiocese

An American based organisation, BFSuma, also known as Suma Health Products Nigeria Limited has donated some food items as palliatives to the Catholic Archdiocese of Kaduna.

Items donated by Bfsuma to the Catholic Archdiocese of Kaduna include 20 bags of 25kg rice, 30 cartons of super pack indomie, 25 gallons of 5 ltrs groundnut oil, 40 packs of bottle water and 160 packs of 10 in one BFSuma face masks.

Speaking during the presentation, the representative of BFSuma, who is also a Qualified Senior Crown Leader (QSCL), Mr Collins Obinna Nnabuenyi said that the donation is part of BFSuma company’s corporate social responsibility.

He added that the donation is also at “creating about the company’s products and opportunity in all the parishes of the Catholic Archdiocese, with the aim of creating job opportunities to as many people as possible and at the same time sensitise people on how to fight diseases/ sicknesses using our organic/ natural products.

“It is our hope that the people of Kaduna state will take advantage of the enormous health and wealth available in BFSuma Company,” Collins said.

The Catholic Archbishop of Kaduna, His Grace Rev. Dr Mathew Manoso Ndagoso, in his response, thanked BFSuma Company for its kind gesture and generosity to the church.

The Archbishop, who was represented by Rev. Fr. Dr Philip Gaiya presented an award of recognition and excellence to BFSuma for the company’s support to the church and assistance to humanity.

Free supplements were later given out to those who were in attendance at the presentation.