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Briefing officials of Super Sounds and Super Holdings Safari Company, including journalists about the recent fire disaster at  Kolleh town that left many residents  homeless, and confused  Councilor, Maxwell Lebbie of Ward 382 in Constituency 108 disclosed that the Kolleh town community had always experienced fire outbreak every year.

He said this year’s inferno in Kolleh town was very disastrous and it rendered many residents of that community in a distressful shameful situation, and as a result of that he together with the Member of Parliament representing Constituency 108, Hon.  Sho-Sawyer wrote a formal letter to officials of the above stated institution on behalf of the fire victims, for some form of humanitarian assistance that would solace and rebuild their lives.

Councilor Maxwell Lebbie further disclosed that he was very grateful to officials of Super Holdings Limited and Super  Sounds Safari Company, for their timely intervention, adding that the company had always been assisting  them in various areas, such as education, distribution of  food and non food items and creating job opportunity for the youths of Kolleh town community.

He was quoted to having said that officials of company had over the years demonstrated responsibility and an enviable neighborhood relationship with genuine mind to solace the under privileged.

Councilor Lebbie concluded by thanking the management and staff of Super Holdings and  Super Sounds Safari Company, for not only responding to it corporate social responsibility, but also working closely with residents of Kolleh town community at all times.

Presenting the items to Councilor Maxwell Lebbie, on behalf of the General Manager Super Holdings and Super Sounds Safari Company, Ranjith Kumar Angepat, the management and staff, the Operations Manager of the company, Rajesh Babu sympathertized with the fire victims for going through a very harsh, painful and turbulent period.

He said the donation of twenty five bags of rice with a large quantity of rubber buckets, rubber kettle including other household materials was a clear manifestation of his company’s posture to always work hand in cloves with residents of Kolleh town community.

He noted that Kolleh town was very close to his company’s operational zone at Kingtom, and further stated that not too long ago, the company distributed scholarships to pupils in Kolleh town community, while assuring that his company  would continued to assist and work closely with residents of that community.

On his part, the Human Resource Manager, of Super Holdings and Super Sounds Safari Company, Brima Kanneh reiterated that his company was on record for maintaining a healthy and a good working relationship with stakeholders and young people residing within the Kolleh town community over the years.

The donation, he went on was specifically meant for several residents of Kolleh town community who were rendered homeless, as a result of fire outbreak and that the company was in deep sympathy with victims of the inferno.

One of the jubilant beneficiaries expressed thanks and appreciation to officials of Super Holdings Limited and Super Sounds Safari Company for the donation, and urged other business institutions who were yet to respond their appeal for help, to emulate the good examples of Super Holdings Limited and Super Sounds Safari Company.  

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