“On the off chance that there be any more genuine proportion of a man than by what he does, it must be by what he gives,” a shrewd man once said. Nigerian-Lebanese specialists and givers, Ronald and Gilbert Chagoury, need no presentation in business hovers inside and outside Nigeria. The rare sorts of people who don’t have any acquaintance with them probably knew about one of their numerous business concerns which enhance Lagos.
With interests in development, property advancement, assembling, media communications and that’s only the tip of the iceberg, the very rich person siblings have constructed overwhelming notorieties by taking on immense tasks that unimportant humans dare not dream about, not to mention adventure. Aside from doing things enormous, the Chagourys are likewise acclaimed for merrily relating to Eko, the indigenous name for Lagos.
They are the glad proprietors of the esteemed five-star Eko Hotel and Suites in Victoria Island, the lodging with the most rooms in Nigeria, just as the widely acclaimed Eko Atlantic City, a whole new present day beach front city quickly jumping up beside Victoria Island, and set to be a point of convergence for financial specialists and a portal to developing markets on the African landmass.
Past business, the Chagourys soul of accomplishing more than the customary and going farther than anticipated has throughout the years been stretched out to their charity. This has again been demonstrated by the gift of N1 billion to the Lagos State government to help support the battle against the spread of the deadly and exceptionally infectious coronavirus that causes the COVID-19 malady.
The siblings’ gift to Lagos is so far the single biggest gift to the state government by a private association and by and by shows the affection they have for Eko. What’s more, the friendliness magnates are giving 300 plates of excellent suppers every day to wellbeing laborers and patients in the state. This signal adds to the Chagourys’ notoriety for being mammoths of worldwide altruism. As the adage goes, good cause starts at home.