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In response to the impact of COVID 19, InfraCredit in collaboration with private sector has initiated a foodbank alliance programme. This initiative serves to alleviate hunger through the gathering and distribution of food to the vulnerable, homeless, unemployed and low-income earners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic while encouraging self-sufficiency, collaboration, advocacy and education.

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Prudence Abbas

I am grateful and I thank the organisers for putting smiles on the faces of the people by giving out palliatives to support the current situaion.

Prudence Abbas
Community Development Secretary - Ebute Metta

Latif Onipekun

Nigeria has been hell on earth for the past three weeks. But as you can see I’m enjoying myself this morning. If more people can follow suit by providing for the poor I believe this suffering will be alleviated.

Latif Onipekun
Ebute Metta

Tosin Yara

This lockdown has caused a lot of suffering. I’ve been at home for three weeks now, with nothing. No food. My work has stopped. I’ve just been home, doing nothing. I’m happy for this breakfast and I’m thanking Infracredit for the food they’ve been giving people. Some people have not been eating for so long, for the past three weeks now, so I’m thanking them for this and God will bless them in Jesus name.

Tosin Yara
Ebute Metta

Fadekemi Ojo

This lockdown has really affected me because I have been unable to use this time to look for a job so I have to sit at hoe and depend on my parents. But I am really grateful for this gift form the organisers and I pray God will continue to bless them.

Fadekemi Ojo
Youth corper - Bariga

Mr Lawrence

This lockdown has really affected me because I am a pensioner and there is no help coming to me from anywhere so I have been very hungry. The government need to do more to help us the masses. I had heard about this food initiative and I am glad I could benefit from it today. I pray that God will continue to bless the organisers and may he grant them long life and prosperity.

Mr Lawrence
Pensioner - Bariga

Damilola Moses

Since the lockdown , I haven’t been able to go to school so I have been at home. I cant go out the way I used to. But I am grateful to the organisers for remembering us at this time, at least this food will quench my hunger at this time. I pray that the organisers will continue to prosper.

Damilola Moses
Student, Bariga

Adeyemi kudirat

The lockdown ahs really affected me because I am a trader and I sell stationaries at the nearby school in this area. Since the lockdown, I have been sitting at home with no business to do and I cant earn money. This gift from the organisers is really good and I am very grateful to them, may God continue to bless them.

Adeyemi kudirat
Trader at Bariga

Marvelous Solomon

This is pure love, and we completely appreciate you people for the love you have shown towards us. This is to say thank you.

Marvelous Solomon
Maroko

Morakinyo Abayomi

I have never experience this in my life since I was born. I thank God for them, they should continue doing this, God will bless them.

Morakinyo Abayomi
Onilegi Maroko

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This series of our previously posted testimonials are further expanded into blog posts to give it more context, and content that users can engage with. The benchmark would be “humans of New-York”. The idea is to have several viewpoints to events that we can develop