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Lions Club of Nairobi Cargen receives charter


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Car and General Trading Limited has joined over 48,000 Lions Clubs globally to channel some of its Corporate Social Responsibility programs through the Lion Club Nairobi, Cargen. David Chesoni,  the President received the Charter for his Club from  Shehzan Luhar the  Governor of District 411A of the Lions Club.

David Chesoni, who is also the Managing Director of Car and General explained, “This partnership will enable members of the Car and General family to serve and make a difference to their communities and the world at large. We hope to carry out various projects including feeding the needy, supporting children through scholarships and mentorship programs, and caring for the environment and the world in times of need”.

Lions Club International is the largest service organization in the world with more than 1.4m people in over 200 countries who believe in serving the community. Over the last 100 years, the Lions Club unites its global service in five areas that present significant challenges to humanity – diabetes, vision, hunger, environment, and childhood cancers.

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Car and General Trading Limited is a leading supplier of generators, TVs motorbikes, three-wheelers, lawnmowers, construction equipment, power generation, and engineering products backed by reliable service and repairs. The main showroom and workshop are on Lusaka Road in the Nairobi industrial area with branches in Eldoret, Kisii, Kisumu, Kitengela Mombasa, and Nakuru.


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