DHL Express, the leading international express and Logistics Company, recently donated a new Yamaha electronic organ to the Milton Margai School for the Blind at Wilkinson Road, Freetown as part of its activities to commemorate the 53rd Sierra Leone Independence.
The Head Master of the School, Didymus T. Kargbo, said this donation was timely and highly appreciated, since their music department had been suffering from the lack of an ideal keyboard player. He said this would aid the music committee at Blind School greatly in their future activities.
In a statement, DHL Express Country Manager for Sierra Leone, Basil Akinbinu said: “We hope that this donation will be a major boost to the school’s efforts in encouraging our children to be further empowered and equipped to make significant contributions to their communities.”
The chairman of the music committee at Blind School gave the vote of thanks and thanked DHL for its continued support to the Milton Margai School for the Blind. He said that this and a previous donation to their school have truly endeared DHL Sierra Leone to their hearts.
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Tuesday May 06, 2014