Mwabili added that the same donation was done last year where a computer, generator and a printer to Bandar Girl School in Malakal to help to the education sector were donated.
The manager said they have a plan of strategies to open branches in the counties far in northern counties of the state such as Renk County, Maban County.
He explained the KCB Bank branch was opened in may 2011 with the aim to extend services to the whole state. “KCB offer activities apart from business enterprise like the KCB foundation and care for community” he said.
The director general in Malakal teaching hospital Dr. John Chol Tipo thanked KCB for their services donations to the hospital in Malakal. Tipo explained that the hospital has been supported a lot of people of good will who care for the humanitarian needs.
He said that the hospital has been donated Tuberculosis TB ward items including mattresses and bed sheets by the United Nation Mission In South Sudan (UNMISS) midst this year.
The hospital also receives donation for maternity words items also this year and also donation for the mattresses from the Christians Fellowship.
Representative from the state ministry of finance and economic planning applauded the role played by KCB in the country and for their extension of the services to the health unit.
State Minister of health Dr. Opal Adwok Amon hailed the donation done by the KCB bank to the Malakal teaching hospital, saying it’s a great achievement and help offered.
The minister urged the staff in the teaching hospital to take good care of the items donated by the KCB Bank.