Pavi-Fort SL Construction Company on Satursday 1st July 2017 is currently supporting massive cleaning exercise project at the Kissy Road in Freetown that is being implemented by the government of Sierra Leone to build a favourable health environment for the citizens of the country.
The exercise dubbed “Operation Clean Freetown” attracted several youth from different works of life who came in a substantial number to partake in the cleaning exercise.
In an exclusive interview with the Coordinator of the Cleaning exercise who doubles as the Chairman of the APC Youth in Development Forum, Mr. Gibrilla Conteh, he disclosed that the whole exercise is initiated and financed by Alimu Barrie, the Chief Executive Officer of Pavi-Fort Construction Company SL Limited, as part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility in promoting the Presidential Recovery Priority in the country.
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Mr. Conteh added that the initiative is timely, because it focuses on building a conducive health environment to prevent the spread of diseases and help to maintain a clean and tidy environment in the country especially in the capital city of Freetown. He went on to say that the project is worth emulating since it seeks the enhancement and cleanliness of the Freetown municipality.
He also added that even though the project is financed by Pavi-Fort, young people gave their services freely and willingly. “The youths decided willingly to partake in this exercise because they want to ensure that the city is kept clean, this is the second phase of the operation Clean Freetown that is supported by Pavi Fort under the leadership of Alimu Barrie”, said Mr.Conteh.
He advised people to refrain from dumping garbage on the streets, stressing that any person found doing so will face the full penalty of the law.
Speaking to Abu Bakarr Kamara the Public Relations Officer of Pavi-Fort Construction company he disclosed that the cleaning exercise is mainly organized because of the influx of garbage in the city.
Adikali Kargbo, a representative of the Fourah Bay Youth Organization, expressed delight to be part of the process and he vouched that he will continued to give his support to the cleanliness of the city.
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