Karpowership Throws Support to FQE

Turkish Ambassador with St. Edwards’s pupils

Karpowership, a Turkish electricity provider in Sierra Leone has extended their Corporate Social Responsibility to the St. Edward’s Secondary School by refurbishing the main Junior Secondary School building and providing furniture and other learning materials to the school authorities.
According to Alimatu Massaquoi, acting Principal of St. Edward’s Junior division Karpowership took two weeks to refurbish three classrooms, organize furniture, white board and dustbins. The Africa Coordinator for Turkey-based Karpowership, Emry Durmusoglu, explained that the ship is in Sierra Leone to provide electricity, and currently they are providing 85% of electricity.
Their key CSR is to give support to education so that school children can use the refurbished classrooms and furniture to pursue their future academia. Durmusoglu disclosed that their CSR project will continue to focus on education and to give support to school going children in Sierra Leone. Receiving the donations, Freddie R. Wyse, Principal of the Senior division, thanked the head of Karpowership.
Wyse assured the delegation that they will take good care of the refurbished building and the furniture. The Turkish Ambassador to Sierra Leone, Deha Erperk, commended and congratulated Karpowership for helping children in acquiring education. On behalf of the pupils, Emmanuel Joseph Turay, a pupil in Junior Secondary School, thanked the management of Karpowership for the kind gesture.


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