Finlab is a wholly owned indigenous Nigerian company in Kosofe, which started the business in 1981 for the purpose of offering quality scientific equipment supports.
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The company humble beginning started partly or completely at First Bank Assurance Building, formerly housing the Edo Transport Line and several companies, beside the United Bank for Africa, Anthony Village, Lagos East. the coy has since been transformed to one of the leading scientific laboratory equipments supplier in Nigeria.
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In demostration of attitude of gratitude to the hosting community over the decades; Finlab rehabilitated about 300 metres failed section of Silvia Crescent Street , under Kosofe of Local Government, Lagos as an hero Corporate Social Responsibility organization.
The damaged Silva crescent that also have Zenith Bank branch has been long abandoned until Finlab desilted, repaired the damaged drainage system coupled with complete resurfacing this month.
Initially the company set to rehabilitate the extension of the street adjacent to the ramp connecting Oworonshoki-Apapa Expressway by Anthony Oke, Kosofe and have the part of the street renamed after the organization. However, left the idea due to some challenges encountered in the process of having street named as gathered.
The Executive Chairman of O.S.O Community Development Association; Kosofe, Olalekan Odujirin commend the management of Finlab efforts for the laudable project in the Community. Adding that this what we have been expecting from organizations such as Zenith Bank, Eco bank , GTBANK, first bank and other private organizations to give CSR in appreciation of what they benefiting from the community.
The rehabilitated street has shown that there’s symbiotic relationship between Finlab and the host community.
Odujirin appealed to other corporate organizations within the Community to emulate coy gesture when contacted by Kosofe Post.
Finlab Administrative Manager, Charles Ogbonna, in his response on phone on what informed the gesture said” it’s a good thing. We have been doing it, this is not the first time will be given back to our host community.