Several Residents of Billimah Community Demands CEMENCO to Address its Corporate Social Responsibility

The Management of CEMENCO Production and Manufacturing Company has given the citizens of the Billimah Community in Montserrado County Electoral District #13 ten days to draft a memorandum of understanding containing all the demands of the citizens relating to the company’s corporate social responsibility to the community.

The CEMENCO management decision comes barley a few minutes after several residents of Billimah Community stormed the company’s main entrance on the Japanese highway.

Early Monday morning, several residents of Billimah Community stormed the main entrance of CEMENCO demanding the company to meet up with its corporate social responsibility to the community.

The aggrieved citizens named the lack of job opportunity, good health care delivery system, school, scholarship among others as challenges confronting them in the community and needs quick intervention from the management of CEMENCO.

Meanwhile, the management of CEMENCO production and manufacturing company after a brief meeting with citizens of the community argued that they have been providing their corporate social responsibility hundred percent to the community.

According to the aggrieved citizens’ spokesperson Folley Zinnah, the management of CEMENCO during the meeting with the community dwellers identified the community chairman Mulbah Dukuly as the person who has been receiving 4,000.00 United States Dollars from the company as social corporate responsibility for the community over the years.

For his part, Montserrado County Electoral District #13 Representative Edward Flomo said he supports the demand from the people of the Community.

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