Mohamed’s Enterprise gifts new homes to amputee, caretaker


Abdool Salim, an amputee of Diamond East Bank Demerara, and Bharrat Parboo of Annandale East Coast Demerara, were gifted new homes on Saturday compliments of Mohamed’s Enterprise.

“While ribbons are being cut to open big establishments, the Mohamed’s are cutting ribbons to make the lives of the poor more comfortable,” were the words of Nazar Mohamed after handing over two brand new houses to two families.

Mohamed’s Enterprise explained that in 2012, Salim was charged with murder and was remanded to prison while awaiting trial.

While in prison, Muslim community members hosted a prayer service with the inmates, and he met Nazar Mohamed, proprietor of Mohamed’s Enterprise.

Bharrat Parboo and his wife along with Azruddin Mohamed (right), Managing Director of Mohamed’s Enterprise

In hearing of Salim’s story, he assisted with legal representation, and Salim was eventually freed of the murder charge in 2018.

The father of three, formerly of Wakenaam Island, is now the proud owner of a two-bedroom concrete house.

Additionally, the Managing Director of Mohamed’s Enterprise, Azruddin Mohamed, handed the keys to Parboo’s wife, Kavita Ajodah, on Saturday.

Parboo has practically lived his entire life at the Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO) but has started to take care of the facility for about nine years now.

He thanked the Mohameds for their kind gesture and praised them for always looking out for the poor.

While he remains at the MYO as a caretaker, his brother will occupy the house.

One of the new houses

Rasheed Khan constructed both houses to the tune of $19 million.

Meanwhile, Nazar Mohamed also noted that his family will continue to support those in need and make a difference in society.

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  1. Matthew says

    Nice, really nice. These are people that could work everyday of their life and never afford a home to call their own.

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