FNBB builds P2.8 million facilities at Camphill

Dining hall and hostel named after community trust founders -“The facilities will benefit many generations to come”- Sekgororoane

First National Bank of Botswana (FNBB) Foundation last week unveiled a P2.8 million dining hall and hostel at the Camphill Community Centre in Otse Village, along Lobatse road.

The project, which was commissioned by FNBB Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Steven Bogatsu and the then Minister of Education Honourable Unity Dow, is expected to assist the community centre to enroll more learners, most of whom have disabilities.

Speaking at the official handing over of the facilities aptly named after the founders of the centre, being Rosetta Mokgosi whose names are engraved on a placard mounted on the newly built hostel and Pauline Tsetse whose contribution is honoured through the dining hall, FNBB Foundation Trustee, Myra Sekgororoane said the facilities are for the whole nation.

“These facilities will benefit many generations to come,” Sekgororoane said, after stating that FNBB Foundation believes that a comfortable hostel and a dining hall will give students a sense of belonging and motivation for them to excel in their studies.

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