Malawi ex-service league grateful to SF International for K2m donation

The Commonwealth Ex-servicemen Of Malawi CELOM has commended  Shiraz Ferreira of SF International for the donation of K2 million to war heroes as part of 2019 Poppy Day commemorations.

SF International contribution of K2 million to Ex-Service League
SF International presented the donation with a call to the nation to support the ex-service league
Ferreira through Kalolokesya said while the nation honor those that lost their lives, it is also important to pay homage to those that are still living by contributing generously through the ex-service league

Colonel Jones Giva thanked Ferreira for assisting the war veterans who fought in two world wars, saying the support will ease the challenges the veterans face in their daily lives.

“We are grateful to Shiraz Ferreira for the donation that have been given to our war veterans,” he said.

One of the war veterans, who fought in World War 2 and is also the chairperson of all veterans, Graciano Mpinda thanked Ferreira, saying the donation would help them in their everyday undertakings.

The donation  was presented at a function which drew together dosens of veteran soldiers and senior Malawi Defence Force (MDF) officials at the Cobbe Barracks in Zomba.

Speaking when he presented the cheque on behalf of the company’s Managing Director Ferreira,  SF International’s Lewis Kalolokesya said their company decided to give something to the ex-soldiers in relation to the Remembrance Sunday.

Poppy day is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth member states since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty

Kalolokesya asked other organisations to emulate what Ferreira has done towards uplifting the welfare of veteran soldiers in the country.

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