Kia Motors Nigeria has donated a Made in Nigeria Kia Rio car to the Lagos State Government as its unalloyed support for the state.
The gesture is rooted in the objective of Kia’s social responsibility to contribute to the development of society as an upright corporate citizen and staying true to the company’s unwavering commitment to the industrialisation of Nigerian economy.
Kia has continued to contribute immensely to the growth of its local community and the state through its corporate social responsibility initiatives.
“The donation of Kia Rio to the state is consequent upon our increasing efforts to positively impact the communities we’re in. We foster a framework for collaboration with the government and recognise local initiatives for expanding the involvement in social contribution initiatives for the state” said Jacky Hathiramani, Managing Director, Kia Motors Nigeria.
“We are proud to partner with the Lagos State government for the actualisation of the state’s mega city project by advancing the frontiers of the industrialisation of the state with our assembly plant in the state” continued Jacky.
At the car presentation for the state government, the Permanent Secretary, Office of the Chief of Staff, Lagos State, expressed the government’s appreciation to the management of Kia Motors Nigeria for the donation of the 2015 Kia Rio to the government and posited that the government will always provide an enabling environment for the success of the local businesses.
Through socially responsible management, Kia Motors aims to delineate its vision and role vis-à-vis our employees, partner companies, shareholders, customers, local communities and humanity at large. It strives to faithfully carry out its responsibilities to the economy, society and future generations.