[ABOVE] [L-R] Ministers Robinah Nabanja and Mary Karooro Okurut state for health and OPM general duties respectively, receiving the 75M/= dummy cheque from the Ruparelia foundation.
Ruparelia foundation sinks a further 75M/= into Covid19
By Kitts D.Mabonga
After recently donating two brand new Tata Xenon pickup trucks to the Covid19 fund as had been requested by the president, the same foundation has again offered another cut.
On Wednesday, the foundation in collaboration with Gateway delta and Gateway Metroplex handed over a consignment of items including posho, Sugar, beans ,soap and 4,000 food packets that can benefit over 4,000 people all worth 75M/=.
WELL DONE RUPARELIA; Minister Okurut [in purple] receiving the food consignment from the Ruparelia foundation bosses.
While handing over the dummy cheque of 75M/= and later the food consignment to the state minister in the office of prime minister in charge of general duties Hon. Mary Karooro Okurut, the sales manager Speke group of hotels Amit Sachdeva said the foundation was committed to supporting government efforts whenever an opportunity arises.
CHECKING OUT THE CARGO; Officials from the foundation inspecting the food items ahead of the hand over ceremony.
Amit on behalf of both Dr.Sudhir and Rajiv Ruparelia who are currently in the Covid19 lockdown said they stand tall with all those persons affected by the Corona virus and would do all it takes to continue supporting the cause as requested by the government.
He told the minister and taskforce members that the foundation would continue being a loyal partner in the right against the pandemic.
He said the foundation is the official charity arm of the Ruparelia group of which runs a big consortium of over 30 different companies serving the country in many sectors like hospitality, education, Real Estate, finance, externalization of jobs and floriculture among others.