Tuesday, October 3, 2023
    HomeUncategorizedGuinness partners MuslimNews, distributes product to 1000 homes

    Guinness partners MuslimNews, distributes product to 1000 homes





    Guinness Nigeria Plc in partnership with Muslim News, Nigeria’s most authoritative Islamic newspaper has begun the distribution of its flagship non-alcoholic malt drink, Malta Guinness, to fasting Muslims in different locations in Lagos State, Southwest, Nigeria.
    The collaboration is part of Guinness’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) aimed at cushioning the adverse  economic effect of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown which has impacted adversely on economic and religious activities in the blessed month of Ramadan.
    The distribution exercise led by the Muslim News Publisher; Rasheed Abubakar saw hundreds of fasting Muslims and non-Muslims throng the main distribution centre at Pent House, Surulere area of Lagos recently.
    Abubakar and his team moved to other Local government areas in the State, including Coker/Aguda, Orile, Mushin, Awoyokun, Onipanu, Somolu, Ojuelegba and Offin Ile, in Ikorodu to put smiles in the faces of fasting Muslims with the free Malta Guinness.
    They also distributed dozens of cases to different mosques including Alhaji Kilani Mosque, Ojuelegba; Alhaji Alebiosu Central Mosque, Palmgroove, Alhaji Ayolo Central Mosque, Ijesha, among others.   Abubakar expressed gratitude to Guinness Nigeria for the collaborative initiative with a thousand cases of its premium non-alcoholic Malt drink, adding that it will fuel the greatness of Nigerian Muslims as its slogan goes, during and after the Ramadan fast.
    The Publisher, said Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is a period of intense religious and great charitable activities especially to the indigent and vulnerable fasting Muslims.
    According to him, “This year’s Ramadan is coming at a period the world is battling to curtail the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic. As a reliable Muslim newspaper, we felt the need to do something different apart from our primary responsibility, which is the provision of fact-based Islamic news.
    Beneficiaries excited
    Some of the beneficiaries of the Malta Guinness  drinks who spoke with newsmen at various distribution points across local government areas were excited about the kind gesture of Guinness Nigeria and its facilitator, Muslim News Nigeria.
    Ishola Ishaq, one of the beneficiaries in Surulere, said, “I’d like to commend the gesture from Guinness Nigeria in collaboration with Muslim News Nigeria. I must say that it is timely and apt given the unusual  times we find ourselves.

    “Virtually everyone is in need during this Ramadan period observed under lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic. I appreciate them and pray that Allah will not deny them the reward,” he added.
    A Christian lady in Offin Ile, Ikorodu, who simply identified herself as Iya Bobo was happy to benefit from the free drinks. She told journalists that she never thought that she would be considered for the gesture since she is not  a Muslim.
    “I was just going out when I saw them sharing the drink. I asked a Muslim lady who said it’s free but not sure if I would be given since I am not a Muslim. I decided to wait to see if they will give me. Surprisingly, they didn’t ask me about my faith when I received the free malt. May God bless them. This is the best way to go”.

    - Advertisement -

    We Want Your Kind Support

    Reporting the cradle of Islam requires a lot of money. We will not be deterred in our task by bringing to you instant happenings around the world, particularly as it concerns Islam. Keeping all our readers informed and educated is our goal.
    For continued free access to in-depth news and detailed information, kindly consider making a modest donation to this noble cause.
    Help to sustain reportage of Islam all around the globe and ensure everyone gets free access to it at all times.




    BREAKING NEWS: Atiku’s Attorneys Receive Tinubu’s Academic Records From Chicago State...

    It has also been confirmed that at least 2 staff of the University will make a deposition before Judge Jeffrey Gilbert.

    Labour suspends planned indefinite strike for 30 days

    Bauchi MPWB distributes 3364 Hajj slots to LGs