Fidelity Bank Plc has shown their support to the educational system in Nigeria by recently donating several learning materials.
The materials was donated to the Asmau Dambatta Foundation as a way to support the delivery of quality education in the country.
This was made known by the bank at an event put together to commemorate the donation in Kano state. The donated items include; 1,500 pieces of female uniforms, 1,500 pieces of hijabs, 1,000 pieces of male uniforms, 5,000 pieces of 60 leaves notebooks and 100 double seater desks
According to the non-executive director, Fidelity Bank, Alh. Isa Inuwa, he said “the bank believes that its success as an organisation is intimately tied to the fortunes of its host communities, saying, “this informs our numerous Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) interventions across the country where we work to ensure the standard of living of the communities are improved.
“For us, CSR goes beyond philanthropy to also include sustainability as we aim to empower the next generation to take on the challenges and opportunities that may come their way, this is why we are donating learning materials ranging from school uniforms to classroom desks to the Asmau Dambatta Foundation today.”
A trustee of the foundation, Alh. Balarabe Bala received the materials and expressed his gratitude to the bank’s management and assured the guests that the materials would be used judiciously, especially, by the indigent students and community schools who are in dire need of such items.