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TUMAC Group of Companies in nation building

TUMAC Group of Companies in nation building

TUMAC Group of Companies, a Sierra Leonean company has embarked on a nation building exercise.

As the acronym implies, Truth Ultimately Makes a Country (TUMAC), the Tumac group of Companies, owned by a Sierra Leonean who is investing through its subsidiary companies, offering valuable and meaningful services in various spheres of nation building, is attracting praise from the public.

In an exclusive interview with the Managing Director, Proprietor and Philanthropist, Dr. Mohamed Tunde Macarthy, he told this medium that his vision to contribute to national development is not for political reasons but in line with building the social and economic infrastructure of the country.  He further disclosed that he was being supported by a team of professionals and management experts.

Dr. Macarthy furthered that he wanted to actualize the ‘American Dream’ by transforming it into a Sierra Leonean ‘Golden Vision’. He said as at end of 2012, he can boast of Tumac Security Agency, Tumac Real Estate and Construction, Tumac Film Production, Tumac Transport, Tumac Pharmaceuticals and Tumac Insurance, licenses pending, as development in these areas will not cease to his dream.

“Development, as we all know is not just in one direction,” he noted. He said as part of the company’s  cooperate social responsibility, the development oriented visionary has embarked on self -funding community project activities, such as the construction of the entire wall fence at Kissy mess-mess and Race Ross cemeteries, which he says is in honour of the dead, promoting youths, social activities, assisting schools, community based organizations the poor and needy people.

However, he emphasized that TUMAC cannot do everything but remain committed to nation building.

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