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Julius Berger gets Lagos school’s ‘Heartfelt Appreciation Award’

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By Mohammed Adekola

The International Women Society (IWS) Nursery and Primary School, honoured Nigeria’s leading engineering construction company, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, with a ‘Heartfelt Appreciation Award’for its extraordinary generosity and unwavering support in helping to achieve a revamped and new look for its school.

The Head Teacher of IWS Nursery and Primary School, Temilade Deborah, during the award presentation, expressed her gratitude to Julius Berger for the company’s many efforts in contributing to the academic growth and environmental health of the Nigerian child.

A press statement issued by Emmanuel Isibor, acting head media unit of the conglomerate,said the lady lauded the company for all its efforts and commitments towards the wellbeing of the children at IWS school, saying: “We express our gratitude to Julius Berger Nigeria Plc for your generous  renovation of our Day Nursery School.

“Your support has made a profound impact on our mission to provide personalized, high-grade care and learning standards that would enable each child to achieve optimal development to build a solid foundation for success in school.” She further said, 

“Your commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of those we serve is truly inspiring. Also, your contribution has helped to improve the academic ability of the toddlers in our care and has created lasting change and improved their wellbeing and future prospects. It is donors like you who enable us to continue our vital work, and we want you to know that your kindness does not go unnoticed.”

Speaking after she received the award on behalf of Julius Berger, the Assistant Project Manager, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, Amina Dottie, said “We feel honoured by IWS Nursery and Primary School for this worthy recognition of Julius Berger.”

The CSR team to the event included Julius Berger Project Manager, Simon Taylor, supported by Amina Dottie, Rasheedat Anifowoshe and Mobolaji Ogunyemi.