Switch on with Emile entertainment recently visited the highlands of Menji, the head quarter of the Lebialem division, to encourage and empower the pupils of Catholic Primary School Menji. Switch on with Emile entertainment provided books to the class 3 and 4 pupils in the presence of Rev Fr Ronald, the Vicar and Fr Agure the parish priest .
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Switch on with Emile is founded by Emile Tanley Cameroon’s young and ambitious entrepreneur based in the North West Region of Cameroon Bamenda precisely. Notwithstanding, this entertainment startup has as vision to stand out as the leading TV show in Africa, broadcasted over renown Tv networks such as Africa Magic entertainment and DSTV networks. This incredible platform will enable us to create an impact on the lives of young entrepreneurs in the areas of culture, entertainment, education, and economy.
Rev sister Maria Ugonna Ohia of Catholic Primary School Menji had a short talk with these tomorrow’s leaders. She told these excited young pupils to use these newly donated books with great care and also to practice the habit of doing every assignment they are expected to do back home.
According to Emile, giving does not necessarily mean you have too much. it’s an evidence that you think and care for others and you want to add value to the lives of others. In a nutshell, institutions in Cameroon should keep encouraging, empowering and promoting our communities.
As entrepreneurs, it’s high time we start thinking of our communities where we operate. Corporate responsibility is something we can not evade from. Some of the profit we make from our businesses should be channeled in some of the developmental projects of the communities in which we operate. Corporate social responsibility should be taken seriously by companies in Cameroon.This is a company’s sense of responsibility towards the community and environment (both ecological and social) in which it operates. Companies usually express this citizenship
1) through their waste and pollution reduction processes,
2) by contributing educational and social programs, and
3) by earning adequate returns on the employed resources.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in