ABCD Project chief receives Prefabricated Materials in Turkey
The Chief Executive Office of the ABCD Export City Project in Sierra Leone, Abdul Kadiru Kaikai has officially received the Prefabricated Building Materials in Istanbul, Turkey for the start of the project.
The prefab materials, which were received on October 27, 2020, will be used for the construction of the export city houses in the four project sites in Sierra Leone.
The handing over of the materials represents a major landmark in starting the operations of the ABCD Export City Project in the country. The project intends to create jobs for over twenty-three thousand Sierra Leonean youth once it commences.
According to CEO KaiKai, the Project is part of President Bio’s vision to transform the country’s economy and its objective is to build four cities with standard facilities for the poor people in operational areas.
He added that each operational district will have five thousand (5,000) employees and that the Project after implementation, many Sierra Leoneans believe will be the biggest ever since the history of the country.
The ABCD Export City Project will be the most sustainable economic growth initiative in Sierra since independence.
Spire-SL is striving to create communities with vital opportunities in education, entrepreneurship, employment, and the means and ability to live in rightful due dignity irrespective of social, cultural, or political differences.
It is also paving the way for inclusive lasting peace, health, security, and socio-economic development in line with the Sustainable Development Goals and its blueprint to addressing global challenges.
Also, the project will help ease unemployment with twenty-three thousand jobs that will particularly benefit young people and reduce so much pressure on the government.
Several other meetings are currently being held by the CEO, Mr. Kaikai about the project before the Spire -SL team returns to Freetown.
The Materials were received by Abdul Kadiru Kaikai, CEO of ABCD Export City Project for Sierra Leone and Liberia, and Ibrahim Abass Kanneh Esq, Legal Representative for Spire SL.