Oando employees raise over N25m, feed 10 communities across Lagos

Oando employees donate relief materials to flood victims in the Niger Delta

UGO AMADI

With 87 million Nigerians living on less than $1.90 a day (from the World Data Lab’s Poverty Clock), Nigeria is considered the poverty capital of the world.  It is projected that this figure will rise by 30 million by 2030 and all before we were hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.  In Lagos alone, the epicenter of the pandemic over 12 million struggle to feed their families daily. Continue reading “Oando employees raise over N25m, feed 10 communities across Lagos”