Savina Refinery To Create Huge Employment for Sierra Leoneans
Savina Refinery, an expert in viable mining and exportation of gold to developing countries abroad including Europe, is intending to create thousands of jobs especially for the unemployed youthful population that is desperately searching for lucrative jobs. Savina Refinery Limited has gone a long way with the documentation processes with the then regime, thus highlighted the Koinadugu, Tonkolili, Kono and Bonthe districts to undertake their mining operations as those aforementioned arenas are prone to gold and other minerals. In an exclusive interview with their Administrative team, it was adequately disclosed that if granted their license with immediate approval to commence operations in Sierra Leone, they will contribute immensely to regularize the Exchange rate of the sky rocketed United States Dollars ($), improves on considerable exports of gold (being their main product) and other related minerals- thus working on a favourable balance of trade.
This innovative exploring company is willing to pay its direct and indirect taxes to the government, thereby boosting the current economy of the State and thus leading to national development. In adherence to their corporate policy, they are determined with pleasure to meet the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of residents within their operational domain and other parts of the country when the needs arise. Standardization of the gold mining so that miners in the extractive industry, factory workers, Administrative staff and other unemployed persons will benefit greatly, thereby empowers the private sector. The industrious company is ready to support the government on her flagship programme- THE FREE QUALITY EDUCATION as part of their CSR as they have put necessary mechanisms in place to commence operations, effective September this year. Savina Gold Refinery is kindly calling on the government to grant them LICENSE and with adequate approval simply because poverty alleviation is key to their daily routine.
By: Allieu Lamin Kamara
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