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Exodus Stables bails out aged

KASAMBA MOONGA, Lusaka
EXODUS Boxing Stables (EBS) yesterday donated 40 x10 kg bags of mealie meal valued at K1, 600 to Matero After Care Centre for the aged in Lusaka.
EBS executive director Anthony Mwamba said his organisation has a corporate social responsibility programme that is tailored at empowering vulnerable people in communities.
Mwamba said his organisation is working closely with various stakeholders such as Superior Milling Company in rolling out its programmes.
“Superior Milling has always been with us and we appreciate the help they always render to us. All our boxers including Esther Phiri work hard so that they can pay back to the community. We receive a lot of support from the people, this is why we give back to the community,” he said.
And Esther called on society to desist from looking down on the aged.
“I am happy when I see organisations like Matero after Care because they are doing a lot in improving the living standards of our people in communities. We all have a duty to put a smile on the needy in society,” Esther said.
“Instead of helping and caring for them [aged], society accuses them of being witches because they are helpless,” she said.
And Superior Milling managing director Peter Cotton commended Esther for working hard to uplift the living standards of vulnerable people in communities.




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