ChabadAid Nigeria’s work with the local population prompted 3 non-Jewish businessmen to support the country’s second Chabad house as they launch a campaign for their new center.
In admiration and recognition of the humanitarian aid and support offered by ChabadAid Nigeria during the Coronavirus pandemic, three prominent non-Jewish local businessmen came forward to help open the new Chabad House in Lagos, the business capital of Nigeria.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, ChabadAid Nigeria aided the local population by providing access to new sources of pure, clean water and education to Nigerian children, and other basic necessities.
The new Nigerian Chabad house was just recently founded during the height of the pandemic by Rabbi Mendy and Mazal Sternbach. Just as the world was shutting down, from airports to restaurants, cultural centers to synagogues, Chabad of Nigeria took the initiative to expand their successful activities to a whole new scale by opening a second branch in the city of Lagos, the largest city in Africa.
The Sternbach’s primary focus is to move into a building for the second Chabad Nigeria Preschool and Hebrew school to service the children studying during the day in the American and French schools.
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