COVID-19: Eat’n’Go provides frontline staff with Dominos pizzas, other items

By Chioma Obinagwam

It was heartwarming as the Management of Eat ‘n’ Go, the maker of Dominos Pizzas, Cold Stone ice-cream and Pinkberry yoghurts extended a hand of hospitality to some frontline staff in Nigeria.

Confiance News gathered from a LinkedIn post made by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Eat’n’Go, Patrick McMichael last week.

CEO of Eat’n’Go, Patrick McMichael. Photo Credit: Business Day

“I am very proud of our team at EatnGo for the work put in to provide our frontline police, fire fighters armed forces and hospitals teams with Domino’s Pizzas, Cold Stone ice cream and Pinkberry frozen yogurts. In these challenging times a surprise to deliver some happiness is always welcome it seems,” he stated on LinkedIn.

This gestures was, however, followed by comments by stakeholders of the organisation and some Nigerians.

Business Development Manager, Neil Fawcett said, “Very nice act. I can’t help thinking though that although the frontline staff are doing a great job, that COVID-19 has made it very very difficult for ordinary people to make money to eat! The gesture would be Great if it went towards helping those out.”

Corroborating, International Film and TV Producer, Prince Nnamdi Adigwu, Andrew Adigwu Entertainment said, “Well done Pat! Residents of my city also benefited from this generosity few weeks ago. Keep up the good work.”

Eat’n’Go Limited is a restaurant group on a mission to become the premier food operator in Africa.


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