Written by Tharushan Fernando
15 Jan, 2017 | 8:48 pm
A new building and playground was declared open for students at the Dhamma School and Early Childhood Development Centre at the Mukalaana Sri Sugatha Abhinvaramaya in Moragoda, Wewala in Dambulla, under phase two of the News1st Gammadda initiative.
The project was undertaken under the guidance of the Chief Prelate of Japan and Chairman of the Sri Lanka Maha Bodhi Society, Venerable Banagala Upatissa Thera, while Sri Lankan Japanese businessman Samantha Perera and businessman Yohan Pallimulla provided the funding for the project.
The Maha Sangha led by the Chief Incumbent of the Sri Sugatha Abhinavaramaya Venerable Kosgahahinne Jinananda Thera, villagers and members of the Newsfirst team, were present at the occasion.
A financial donation was also made at this event by Samantha Perera and Yohan Pallimulla, to the Al Jelaliah Sunday School in Nikawatawala.
Villagers spoke to News1st on the speedy completion of the project, for which the foundation stone was laid four months ago.
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