August 19, 2022

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Montage Afrique indicators MoU with Central African Republic, set to begin mining


The necessity to take accountability to preserve pure assets and defend the ecosystems with a view to supporting the well being and wellbeing of communities within the Central African Republic has been recognized because the panacea to environmental sustainability and financial progress for the longer term.

Chairman/CEO Montage Afrique, Ogochukwu Ezeaku, who gave the remarks in Bangui on the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between his Group and the Central African authorities as a prelude to the graduation of mining actions within the nation, mentioned the nation’s huge human and pure assets wanted to be responsibly harnessed to create wealth for the residents and place the nation on the worldwide financial map.

He assured that Montage Afrique when granted the license to function will deploy trendy applied sciences that would cut back to the barest minimal, environmental degradation whereas taking into cognizance its Company Social Accountability (CSR) by offering the fundamental facilities to host communities.

In his remarks, the Minister of Mines and Geology, Rufin Benam Beltoungou, whereas welcoming the crew mentioned, because the return of peace to the nation, the administration of Prof Faustin Touadera is decided to open up the nation for overseas investments, with the view to creating the nation economically and create jobs for its teeming youths.

Mr. Beltoungou famous that the Central African individuals are very accommodating and are able to open all avenues to do enterprise responsibly as long as it’s a enterprise that’s mutually helpful to each nations.

He additional urged the group to be robust, resolute, and abide by the foundations.

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Montage Afrique is a global conglomerate chain with a presence in South Africa, the UK, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria, and now the Central African Republic.

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