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OSI Connections LBS storytelling competition set for Saturday

Jan 5, 2022, 1:51 PM | Article By: Makutu Manneh

OSI Connections and Accessories in collaboration with Gunjur Radio (Janneh Toko FM) will on Saturday 8th January 2022 stage a mega storytelling competition for Lower Basic Schools within West Coast Region.


The competition will take place at Le Beat Rout Event Hall in Gunjur and is geared towards promoting grassroots education and helping children to realise their potentials.

The event is expected to gather guests and dignitaries within Kombo South and beyond.

Organisers are therefore inviting its esteemed customers and followers to the historic event.

They also called on philanthropists, individuals, NGOs and other partners to support children in showcasing their God-given talents.

OSI Connections and Accessories exist to promote greater accessibility to communities highly in need of basic products and services. To attain this, they provide quality products and exceptional service to their customers.

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