WOLO- Through the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program Ceria renovated the oldest mosque in Wolo sub-district, Kolaka district, namely the Nurul Ihti’san Mosque, which previously stopped its construction due to cost constraints.
Urban Village Head of Wolo, Taslim Muthalib, who is also in charge of the Nurul Ihti’san Mosque’s Prosperity Council, revealed that the mosque construction process was stopped due to limited funds, because it only relied on joint funds from local residents. Now, the construction of the mosque is resuming, after there is development assistance through Ceria’s PPM / CSR program.
“Alhamdulillah, barokAllah to PT Ceria for the assistance and donations, finally the construction of the Nurul Ihti’san Mosque can be resumed. Currently, it has only reached 50 percent, hopefully it can be completed this year,” said Taslim Muthalib, Saturday (07/12/2020).
It is hoped that the mosque can be used for taklim [Islamic Religious Teaching] and learning the Koran for mothers, children and youth in the Wolo neighborhood.
The handover of financial assistance from PT Ceria for 3 units of mosque construction assistance packages and 1 mosque in Wolo Village, took place at the meeting hall of Wolo Village, Kolaka Regency, Friday (01/12/2020).
Urban Village Head of Wolo, Taslim Muthalib expressed his appreciation and gratitude to Ceria for the assistance that has been given to the Wolo community, especially since Ceria’s PPM / CSR program funding assistance is not limited to mosques, but others in the form of lighting or decorative lights, as well as the construction of rice fields irrigation drainage in Langgomali hamlet.
“We hope that after the construction of mosques, prayer rooms and others, they can be put to good use,” said Taslim Muthalib.
Meanwhile, Manager of External Dept. Andreas P Batara said, as a form of social responsibility Ceria through the PPM / CSR program, will always work together with the government in supporting various activities that the community carries out, because Ceria and the Wolo community are inseparable in the context of empowerment.
“I believe that what the Wolo village government has done is proof for the welfare of the community, as we have seen together, be it mosques, prayer rooms, drainage and decorative lights along the road,” he said.
Therefore, Andreas hopes that what he gives can be preserved, at the same time can be an example for other villages.