Liberia: BMMC hands over 200 housing units, school, clinic to Kinjor residents

Author: David S. Menjor, Daily Observer (Liberia), Published on: 1 January 2018

"BMMC Turns Over 200 Housing Units, School, Clinic to Kinjor Residents", 28 Dec 2017

In fulfillment of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) to the people of Grand Cape Mount County, particularly residents of the gold mining town of Kinjor, the Bea Mountain Mining Corporation (BMMC) has turned over 200 housing units to the citizens...Making the presentation of the facilities as well as the town hall in which the event was held, the general manager of BMMC, Ozkah Umurhan, said the company is committed to making sure that all of its promises made to the national government and the local leadership of Grand Cape Mount County including the citizens of Kinjor are adequately accomplished...“When we came here almost two years ago, we made a commitment to provide better living conditions for the people here. We promised that in time we were going to build for them better housing units, a health center, a school for the education of their children as well as a town hall where they could be able to meet and discuss issues pertinent to their well-being. Today we have come to demonstrate this by presenting the first phase of our promise,” Umurhan said...“While our investment is providing employment opportunities for about 1,500 employees, with over 80 percent  Liberian nationals, we are getting stronger on our corporate social responsibilities. Today, we are celebrating the fulfillment of major outstanding agreements in to our communities – housing..."

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