Al Ahly Sabbour has recently announced that it is paying all building violation reconciliation fees for 1000 Families as part of its social responsibility towards Egyptian communities and the company’s role in helping low-income citizens deal with economic burdens. Eng. Ahmed Sabbour, CEO of Al Ahly Sabbour, considers this step as an extension of his belief in the significant role played by private-sector companies and the business community in times of crisis in order to contribute to developing communities. He believes that all entities should unite in an effort to reduce the burdens of building violation reconciliation fees across the country with the aim of enhancing the quality of life of low-income Egyptians.
Oct 02, 2020
Al Ahly Sabbour Pays the Total Fees of Building Violation Reconciliation for 1000 Families