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Milla Group Takes the lead

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Milla Group Takes the lead


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It is clearly evident that Milla Group presently employs over two hundred Sierra Leoneans who are providing various services within the company, coupled with the company officials exemplary and enviable working relationship with staff.

Since it establishment in Sierra Leone over the years , the company has and continue to comply with the National Revenue Authority (NRA)rules and regulations on trade and commerce unlike other manufacturing companies operating in the country. 

The company is also known as one of the most dependable industry that played a commendable and  immemorable role when the  Ebola virus besiged Sierra Leoneans almost two years ago.

Apart from that Milla Group has been very helpful, such as awarding schorlaships to

deserving puplis and students in various leraning institutions, as part of the company’s corporated social responsibility and readiness to cushion the country’s educational development aspirations.

Speaking to the African Young Voices, the   general manager of Milla Group, Rajesh Hemnani intimated that his company would continue to comply with the country’s laws on trade and commerce, and at the same time assist pupils and students pursuing education.

Recently, the general manager Milla Group on behalf of his management and staff,  donated giant water tanks to the Albert Academy school in Freetown as a hard working and innovative product of the school, whiles encouraging  pupils of the school to lay greater emphasis on their educational pursuit, as they were the future of the future generation. 

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