THE B2Gold Mine handed over the newly constructed school hall to Karundu Primary School in Otjiwarongo.
B2gold has been generous and helped schools in the region and other community activities.
Speaking at the event, Mweti Agatha, the Otjondjupa Region’s Chief Regional Officer condemned the vandalism of the school’s facilities and asked the learners to refrain from damaging property.
“We cannot keep asking money from people for the same thing. Hence, I urged the teachers to enforce discipline in the learners and make sure that this building is not vandalized,” he said.
Another Otjozondjupa Regional Councilor, Marlene Mbakera from the Otjiwarongo Constituency has extended her gratitude towards the B2Gold Mine for having the nation at heart and investing in the Namibian child.
Mbakera expressed her disappointment in the dormancy of youth activities in the region and further requested the mine to assist in constructing a youth multi-purpose centre in Otjiwarongo.
In this regard, B2Gold pledged to donate 80 chairs to Karundu Primary School.
The Managing Director of B2Gold, Mark Dawe in his personal capacity, also pledged to donate 50 chairs.