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Maltina Donates Classroom Block, Library, Boreholes to Govt Secondary Sch Kano

Maltina Donates Classroom Block, Library, Boreholes to Govt Secondary Sch Kano‎

By ALEX UANGBAOJE ‎

As part of its Cooperate Social Responsibility ‎
in Northern Nigeria, Nigerian Brewery through one of it brand, Maltina, last ‎week completed and commissioned a block of 6 classrooms, library, ‎toilets and a borehole that will serve both Government Girls Secondary school, Badawa, Kano and its ‎envron.‎

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Speaking at the commissioning, the brand Managing Director, Maltina,‎
Mr.Nicholas Ververde who was represented by the Kaduna Brewery Manager
Mr. Bolu Obawole stated that the classrooms and library are furnished ‎with students’ desks, chairs and tables for teachers.

“We believe these infrastructures will improve the standard of ‎education in this school and compliment government’s efforts in the
provision of basic, qualitative and affordable education in a
conducive learning and teaching environment for students and teachers
in other to build our future leaders.

“It is my belief that the School authority will sustain and manage ‎these facilities judiciously in the years ahead” he added.

He also said that their commitment to the overall well being of their
partner community is an enduring testimony in all their locations ‎nationwide, as they would continue to sustain and improve on their ‎corporate social responsibilities as long as they are guaranteed the
enabling environment to operate.

Obawole also seek the State Governor’s continuous support towards ‎protecting businesses in the State and beyond for them and their
partners.

Earlier the guest speaker, Ahmad Muhammed Tsauni of Department of ‎Economics Bayero University Kano called on Business communities to
emulate Maltina Company to contribute through their corporate social ‎responsibility funds in the provision of physical and non-physical
infrastructures.‎

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