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Workers Commend Super Holdings

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Workers Commend Super Holdings

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According to them, the management of Super Holdings is one of the credible companies that are on records for providing the required factory kits for workers, training facility coupled with better condition of service for both casual and permanent staff.

The workers continued that very recently, the management of Super Holdings donated scholarship to pupils of various primary and secondary schools within and outside it operation zones.

General Manager of Super Holdings, Rangith Kumar also confirmed to this press about his institution’s gigantic strides to contributing towards Sierra Leone’s economic development agenda by upholding, labor laws, workers rights and further enhancing a good working relationship with workers.

He noted that his company recently donated large quantity of food and non food items to flood and fire victims at Kolleh Town, adding that his company has special interest in the development of education in the country.

Rangith Kumar made it abundantly clear that Super Holdings is here to stay, and presently employs over one hundred and fifty Sierra Leoneans with better condition of service compared to other manufacturing company in the country.

He frowned at some media practitioners who have found love in blackmailing his company without getting his management version of the story before publication, noting that blackmailing journalism is helpful to the development of Sierra Leone media landscape.

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