Bollore Donates Items worth Le177 Million to Deprived Communities

Bollore Donates Items worth Le177 Million to Deprived Communities

Bollore Transport and Logistics has on Thursday 23 April 2020 disclosed food items and Veronica Buckets set for distribution to Constituency 121, 122, Moa Wharf, the Disability Right Movement, School for the Blind and School for the Dumb and Deaf.

Addressing a cross-section of journalists at their Operations Office in Water Quay, Freetown, the Human Resource Manager for Bollore, Claurinda Morgan (Mrs.) said that the donation is in line with their numerous contributions to the deprived communities, and she disclosed further that the said items to be donated has to do with her institution’s support in the fight against the dreadful coronavirus and the food items is in support to the Muslim Community for the Ramadan/Fasting period.

She emphasized that the food items would contribute positive in the lives of people in such a period.

The Public Relations Officer for Bollore, Gassimu outlined that the items cut across veronica buckets, bags of rice, bags of onions, gallons of cooking oil, cartons of magi, cartons of tomato paste, bags of sugar, etc, worth Le177 million.

In his appreciation statements, the Executive Director for Disability Rights Movement (DRIM), Vandy Konneh commended Bollore saying that “Through your donation we will be able to intensify the protection of Persons with Disability and other vulnerable population against the Coronavirus Pandemic and continue working towards the protection and promotion of the rights of Persons with Disability and the Republic of Sierra Leone.”     

Last modified on Sunday, 10/05/2020

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