No fewer than 1,000 students and teachers of Government Secondary School Garaku, Nasarawa State were on May 21, 2021, vaccinated against typhoid bacterial disease.

The vaccination exercise was carried out by Keystone Bank Limited in conjunction with the Nasarawa State government as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as well as its never-ending efforts to create a sustainable impact within the environment it operates.

“At Keystone Bank, we understand the importance of healthy living; a healthy nation will produce a robust economy.

“So, this is just one of the many health initiatives we have extended to students, school children and Nigerians.

“As the students go through their academics, it’s also important that they remain fit and healthy,” the Executive Director of the bank in charge of North & Public Sector, Mr Lawal Ahmed, who was represented by Mr Suleiman Mohammed, the Regional Head, Abuja & North Central, disclosed.

The Deputy Governor of Nasarawa State, Mr Emmanuel Akabe, who also attended the event, commended the lender for being alive to its CSR in partnering with the state government to keep her students in good health.

Mr Akabe further called on other corporate bodies to emulate the gesture of Keystone Bank for the benefit of the larger society.

Keystone Bank is a technology and service-driven commercial bank offering convenient and reliable solutions to its customers.

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