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YPO helps Minuwangoda victims with Give a Life – Phase III


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Members of the Young Professionals Organisation came together once again to aid the adversely affected by the recent unfolding in Minuwangoda. 

Financial contributions were made to Mawlawi Najeem of the Minuwangoda Jumma Mosque in the hope of aiding communities to rebuild and recover 

UNP Deputy Leader Sajith Premadasa, YPO Chairman Harshana Rajakaruna and YPO Colombo Chapter President Pesala Karunaratna graced the event along with other members who were instrumental in ‘Giving a Life’ to those afflicted by recent calamities.

 


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