Alibaba donates coronavirus test kits to Rwanda

By IGIHE
On 21 March 2020 at 11:58

Chinese business magnate, investor, and co-founder and former executive chairman of Alibaba Group, a multinational technology conglomerate, Jack Ma, has donated coronavirus test kits to Rwanda that were delivered in Kigali yesterday.

President Paul Kagame has expressed his gratitude to Jack Ma through his twitter handle on his behalf and the people of Rwanda.

“@PaulKagame Thank you @JackMa and @foundation_mafor your generous donation of test kits delivered in Kigali today. This is a huge shot in the arm and a much-needed contribution in our work to stop the spread of #Coronavirus. I know the people of Rwanda join me in gratitude,” the president tweeted.

Alibaba Foundation has donated a number of assorted items including; face masks, test kits, protective suits, plus ventilators and thermometers to Asian countries, Europe and America.

President Paul Kagame has expressed his gratitude to Jack Ma through his twitter handle on his behalf and the people of Rwanda.

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