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INSEE Cement to rebuild churches damaged by Easter attack

INSEE Cement has stepped forward to help rebuild and restore the nation’s churches damaged due to the Easter Sunday bombings.

The coordinated terror attack that took place on the 21st April 2019 Easter Sunday damaged St Anthony’s Shrine in Colombo 13, St Sebastian’s Church in Negombo and Zion Church in Batticaloa killing and injuring the church attendees.

Nandana Ekanayake, Chairman/CEO of INSEE Cement, Sri Lanka explained the spirit in which the Company has pledged to provide the Company’s Ready-Mix brand of INSEE Concrete and INSEE Sanstha Cement to reconstruct the three churches affected by the Easter Sunday bombing.

He further added, “Rebuilding and restoring the three damaged churches as quickly as possible is important to all the people of Sri Lanka, irrespective of religion or ethnicity, because as a nation we strongly believe in joining hands and living in harmony. Therefore, it is important to restore the churches without delay”.

INSEE Cement, Sri Lanka’s premier producer of cement has constructed over a third of the nation’s homes has always been dedicated to building the nation.

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Her Excellency Mrs. Chulamanee Chartsuwan, Ambassador of Thailand to Sri Lanka, together with the Chairman/CEO of INSEE Cement Sri Lanka, Nandana Ekanayake and Venura Fernando (Right-corner), Head of External Affairs and Business Development of INSEE Cement Sri Lanka visited the Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith at his residence to pledge support to rebuild the damaged churches recently.