LG Electronics, has commissioned free wash centre in Kano with a view to supporting communities lacking adequate water to efficiently carry out laundry services.
The centre was also meant to encourage proper hygiene practices among the people of the state.
The intervention was part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of the global electronic giant.
Speaking during the launching of the centre located at LG Fouani showroom on No.1 Race Course Rd, GRA, Kano, the General Manager, Home Appliances Division, LG Electronics West Africa, Mr. Jiung Park, said that the programme was an extension of its ‘Life’s Good with LG Wash’ intervention to Kano State.
According to him, “the new Free Wash Centre becomes the third laundry cabin launched by LG Electronics since the opening of the state-of-the-art facilities in Lagos in April 2018 and Port Harcourt in May 2019 respectively.”
He added that the company was committed to driving sustainability through inclusive growth, pointing out that, “for us, we believe that ‘Life’s Good’ when shared with others’’.
Mr. Hari Elluru, Head of Corporate Marketing Division, LG Electronics West Africa, said the free wash centre was designed to operate daily in order to improve the living conditions as well as support the daily washing needs of people in the area.
“LG Electronics has over the years continued to receive commendation from Nigerian consumers for having their interest at heart in the development of cutting edge technological products.
“In almost two years of operating both free wash centres, LG has served over 25,000 people and washed more than 190,000 set of clothes”, he said.
Chronicle observed that the laundry cabin is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to effectively take care of laundry needs of the people for free.