By Elkass I.L Sannoh
Dynapharm Group of Companies has at a Car Awarding ceremony held at Kamu-Kamu Plaza, Plot Number 6 in Kampala, Uganda, donated Ten Thousand United States Dollars to the best farmer in Uganda and 12 four Runner Jeeps and a Prado to 13 Distributors from Somalia, Tanzania, Burundi and other parts of Sub Sahara Africa who have been distributing the Dynapharm products in their various countries.
The donation ceremony brought together thousands of their staff from different parts of the world in order to share experiences and challenges in their constituencies. The four Sierra Leoneans who benefited from the week long ceremony arrived yesterday and were received with applause and enthusiastic welcome.
Speaking to AYV at the Lungi International Airport, one of the distributors who said she is a Diamond Manager, SL 29 Ms. Isatu Wilson, said she never knew that she was working with one of the best companies in the world until she was given the opportunity to see what she described as wonders.
She also stated that she was going to be an inspirational motivator to her colleagues who have not been taking their work very seriously so that they can collectively build their network.
Ms. Rashedatu Bangura who is a Pearl Manager, also disclosed that apart from the humble reception accorded them by the Dynapharm Africa President, Mrs. Esther Ampumuza, who lodged them in a Seven Star Hotel, they also toured most of the important places to see and meet with people who have become millionaires through the helping hands of Dynapharm International.
Ms. Bangura explained that in a bid to activate the usefulness of agricultural products which is very fundamental in the manufacturing of their products especially the organic plus folia fertilizer, a Tractor was donated to the best distributor in D.I. Grow.
She revealed that the Malaysian Executive President has made a promise that in February 2013 they will donate ten Jeeps to Dynapharm Sierra Leone.
In his welcome address, the General Manager of Dynapharm Sierra Leone, Mr. John B. Akiki, said that he was happy that the Distributors have returned home safely after adequately representing their home land.
He said he was sure that they have been agequately motivated and that they will join their colleagues to impart into them the knowledge they have received in Uganda. He called on the Medical Council, Traders, and Medical Practitioners as well as Farmers in the country to join them to upgrade the poor health facilities in the country and Africa at large.
Mr. Akiki comcluded that the aim of the founding fathers was to put the company number one unmbrella to provide wealth, health and freedom for everyone.