National Chamber commends  National Honour Awards

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The National Chamber of Commerce takes pride and applauds the government’s move in conducting the ‘National Honour Awards 2017’, for the most  distinguished personalities of the country who have made great achievements in public life and rendered  a noble service with outstanding contribution  to the nation. 
These awards were bestowed on the awardees , under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena, recently  at the Nelum Pokuna. It is noteworthy to mention that the National Honour Awards were conducted after 12 years. As a business chamber, we express our highest appreciation in encouraging and recognizing the business community for their endeavours.
The National Chamber congratulates their own Chamber members who have been bestowed with the following national honours.
nDeshabandu Award to D Eassuwaran, a valuable past president of the Chamber who had rendered yeoman service to the Chamber and Chairman of Eswaran Brothers Exports Pvt Ltd.
n Deshabandu award to W.K.H. Wegaptiya, Chairman Laugfs Holdings Ltd, a valuable member of the chamber.
nDeshabandu award to Captain M.G. Kularatne, Chairman /Managing  Director,Maga Engineering  Pvt Ltd and a Council Member
nDeshamanya  award to Meneka Wickramasinghe. Chairman, Ceylon Biscuits Ltd a valued member who have been a great supporter.
nDeshamanya Award to Abbasally Akbarally, Chairman Akbar Brothers, a valued member of the Chamber
nVidhya Jothy award to Prof. Lal Chandrasena, past Council Member and Director/General Manager, Nawaloka Hospitals Ltd.


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