Addressing pupils at the distribution ceremony, the General Manager of Super Holdings, Ranjith Kumar Angepat, on behalf of the company, said this was not the first time his company had distributed scholarships to deserving pupils in that part of the country.
He informed community stakeholders at the awarding ceremony that the scholarships was not only part of his company’s corporate social responsibility, but that it was also meant to encouraged pupils to lay greater emphasis on education, as an important and in-dispensation factor in the development of human condition and environment.
Ranjith Kumar referred to the pupils as the future of the country’s tomorrow generation, and admonished them to take their academic work with all seriousness it deserves, and at the same time make good use of the scholarships.
According to him, stakeholders, elders and youths at the Kingtom community had hosted Super Holdings Safari and Super Sounds for over decades, noting that his company would ever remain grateful for the hospitality accorded them.
The General Manager of Super Holdings Safari and Super Sounds, Ranjith Kumar Angepat seized the opportunity to expressed sincere thanks and appreciation to the government of President Ernest Bai Koroma, through the Ministry of Trade and Industry for providing a conducive and peaceful business environment, which his company continued to enjoyed.
He concluded by assuring that his company would continued to provide educational assistances to pupils of the Kingtom Community, as one his company’s corporate social responsibilities, in consonance with the agenda for prosperity.
In his contribution, the Human Resource Manager of Super Holdings Safari and Super Sounds, Brima Kanneh reiterated that his company was on record for complying with all government regulatory mechanisms, legalizing and guiding the existence and operations of manufacturing companies in the country.
He noted that the company had complemented the efforts of government by employing many Sierra Leoneans, coupled with the provision of good condition of services, while assuring his audience that the company would continue to work side by side with government and residents of the Kingtom community.