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March 8th, 2022

RENL holds first quarter meeting with host communities, harp on the need to leverage on the existing synergy

Management of Rubber Estates Nigeria Limited through its Corporate Affairs Department had played host to all communities bordering its sites of operation in fulfillment of the first quarterly meeting with the communities for the year 2022.

Addressing the members of the relations Committee in the various sites, RENL Public Relations Manager, Dayo Ikusika thanked the communities for their continuous commitment in ensuring peace in the environment and sued for its sustenance. He noted that for any business to thrive, there must be a robust synergy between the communities and the company. According to him, RENL recognizes the importance of the communities as key stakeholders in the Company and thereby will continue to leverage on the much-enjoyed peaceful coexistence between it and the company for the overall good of both parties.

Dayo Ikusika further mentioned that the Company will continue to engage in the provision of basic amenities through its robust Corporate Social Responsibility strategy to host communities and urged them to see the gesture as a way of giving back to the communities. He reaffirmed the company’s commitment to sustaining the already established synergy between the company and the communities and seek for their continuous collaboration especially in the area of combating cup lump stealing in the plantation.

In their separate remark, the relations committee chairmen noted that Rubber Estates Nigeria Limited has continued to provide the communities with basic infrastructural amenities ranging from the construction of town halls, E’ library, sinking of bore holes, provision of solar street lights, grading of earth roads, scholarship awards among others. They collectively affirmed that RENL corporate social responsibility projects have helped to develop their communities and ameliorate the plight of the rural dwellers. The people further expressed their satisfaction over the award of contracts to the indigent contractors as well as the employment of qualified indigenes to various positions in the company. This gesture according to the people has gone a long way to empower their sons and daughters economically.

They however pledged the community unalloyed support towards ensuring peace and harmony in the community and the company.

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