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GVL Donates Items To Local Authorities

Golden Veroleum (Liberia) Inc. (GVL) has made a donation to Sinoe County authorities to help in with preparation for the visit of President George Weah.
The donation includes rice, plastic chairs, bags of white wash and oil paint.
Making the presentation, GVL Communications Coordinator, Alphonso S. Kofi Sr., said that the donation is the Company’s own way of buttressing the efforts of the County Authority as they prepare to host President Weah and other Government Officials.
Kofi also emphasized that GVL will continue to work with its host communities to improve livelihoods as Zinc and oil paints were also donated to the Samuel Alfred Ross Port of Greenville.
Kofi added that apart from the donation made to the County Authority, additional rice and some cash were provided to the Tarjuowon Statutory District Local Leaders as they also anticipate the President and his entourage to visit.
Superintendent Lee Chea and Port Director Alex Noah lauded the management of GVL for their continuous kind gesture and good working relationship that has been exhibited always.
Superintendent Chea also assured the GVL Management that his leadership will continue to work in good harmony and maintain the cordial working relationship between them.
In another development, the Management of Voice of Sinoe Community Radio, a local radio station situated in Greenville City, extended a letter of gratitude and appreciation to the Management GVL for the numerous assistance provided to them.
The radio station made a specific reference to the repair of its two transmitters and a 13.5 KVA generator provided by GVL for five days to run their station during the visit of President George Weah in Sinoe County.
Voice of Sinoe Station Manager, Patrick Bolue, termed the intervention as a humanitarian rescue mission for his institution and the people of Sinoe from disgrace and shame when the station was on the rim of losing the privilege to host the President during his visit in the County due to the lack of power supply at the radio station.
In a letter of appreciation addressed to GVL Vice president for Strategy and Stakeholders Engagement, Elvis G. Morris, the station applauded GVL for always ensuring its Corporate Social Responsibility is implemented to improve the livelihood of Liberians.
Mr. Bolue also said this is not the first time that GVL has provided assistance to the local media institutions of Sinoe County, and prayed that GVL succeeds in its oil palm development in Liberia.

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