Constituents Praise Besto Management
The management of Besto Foam Mattress Ltd based in Bottle Field on old Calaba Town Road over the weekend engaged with constituents of the Mayenkineh community in Calaba town where their factory is located.
Speaking on behalf of Management, Chief Executive Officer, Pa Fakry Huballah, a native born of Mambolo in Kambia district who has made huge business investment in the country over the past decades noted that as a Sierra Leonean entrepreneur, he has acquired lot of business experience gained since the days of Siaka Stevens as first Prime minister to President JS Momoh, the NPRC Military interregnum, former President Koroma and current president Julius Maada Bio. He underscored that he has never left or fled from Sierra Leone because he and his entire family have mama Salone at heart.
On the status of Besto, Mr. Huballah said he currently employs over 40-45 staff with good conditions of service approved by the Ministry of Labour and Social Security with the least staff taking home at least one million two hundred thousand Leones (Le 1,200,000) monthly plus leave and other allowances including transportation.
The staff, he said, enjoys free meals during working hours, eating four times a day.
Mr. Huballah boasted that his company operates within the confines of laid down laws and works strictly within the rules and regulations of the National Revenue Authority on the Goods and Services Tax.
He noted that the prices for Besto products are highly competitive and that the company enjoys excellent relationship with its customers gained over the years.
He expressed satisfaction over the gratefulness of the Bottle Field Community for his company’s contributions within the community.
Talking about the Transformer the company bought for the community, the CEO stated that it was part of the company’s corporate social responsibilities to the community that it lives in. he noted that such act of generosity has helped to imprint the company’s name and brand in the community positively.
He ended by calling on the community to continue to have a healthy and good working relationship with the company.
Pa Unisa Kamara, a community stakeholder who was speaking on behalf of the community commended Besto management and its CEO, Pa Fakry Huballah for their kind humanitarian gestures within the community since its establishment. Besto, he noted, has not only given job opportunities to the youths of Calaba Town and Bottle Field Communities but has also provided them with a brand new transformer that the communities enjoy currently.
He furthered that during the month of Ramadan, Besto supports various mosques under one umbrella body and also works within the Environment Protection Agency’s laid down rules and regulations.
Pa Unisa Kamara called on government to consider reducing the heavy taxes levied on business which he said are killing.
The program which was organized by the Calaba Town Bottle Field community stakeholders was well attended by one and all.
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