Jos: Opposition family helping government, poor widows beat Covid-19

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Mr. Zang wears his homemade face shield

Mr. Luka Bot and his son, Zang, are not high income earners. Both live on small businesses aside from stipends Mr. Bot gets as personal aide to a Senator in Central Nigeria.

Yet, last week, Mr. Bot supplied assorted grains to 50 poor widows in his neighborhood, Gyel B Federal Ward in Jos, the capital of Plateau State.

At the time, his son had already made dozens of face shields for donation to front line medical workers fighting COVID-19.

Mr. Bot’s donation on 1st May, 2020, three days before his son’s, was made in his house.

His son gave his face shields to government officials on May 4, 2020 in the State Government House, Jos, for onward distribution to front liners in the fight against Coronavirus.

Interestingly, Mr. Bot’s family is known to belong to the opposition, but the fight against Coronavirus and its excruciating effects, Mr. Bot said is everyone’s.

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