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Promasidor Nigeria donates borehole and water treatment plant
As part of its corporate social responsibility, Promasidor Nigeria has donated a borehole and water treatment plant to the people of the Isolo community in Lagos.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, the Managing Director of the company, Chief Keith Richards, also pledged continuous support to the development and empowerment of the youth in the community. According to him, one good thing about the commissioning of the borehole was to provide clean water for the community, adding that erecting the borehole in the palace of Oba symbolizes a great partnership with the community.
"We want to demonstrate that Promasidor is a good corporate citizen. Drinking water is a fundamental human right of any citizen hence we will be committed to the monitoring of the project in a bid to keep the water running. In Isolo we have done something in the area of healthcare, street lighting and security. So this project is just one of many. We also work with communities around the federation, we have worked with people that have been impacted by disaster, those affected by floods in the middle belt and the in southern part of Nigeria," Richards said.
Oba Kabiru Kolawole, Osolo of Isolo Kingdom, commended Promasidor for its support to the cause of empowering the active poor in the community, describing the company as the greatest financier, supporter and source of inspiration due to its passion and concern for the downtrodden. Kolawole, who also described the water project as another of the most thoughtful, generous and kindest corporate acts, said Promasidor has been the only corporate positive voice in the kingdom that has demonstrated an unmatched and unprecedented corporate concern and action by providing a borehole and water treatment plant that cost millions of Naira.