By Musa Kamara
In extension of its corporate social responsibility, Orange Sierra Leone which is the leading telecommunication and internet service provider in the country, has on Tuesday 8 October 2019 partners with the National Petroleum (NP) Stations in the direction of extending Orange facilities to motorists and other road users.
Addressing the open gathering at NP Congo-Cross Franchise, Bollor T. Sesay who is Orange Head of Direct Sales said that the partnership with NP is timely wherein purchasing gas or other lubricants could be done by using the Orange Money facility, and in addition to such, other products such as Orange Subscriber Identity Module (SIM), Orange Airtime, etc, would be purchased from all NP outlets across the country.
Welcoming the Orange team, Patal Juxon-Smith who is the Proprietor for NP Congo-Cross Franchise applauded Orange for the first-class services they have been providing for their numerous customers across the country, and she also said that Orange partnership with NP is in line with the trend of modernization wherein with Orange Money; one can purchase fuel from NP Stations nationwide.
She urged all to make use of the facility in all NPs and that NP is the nation’s petroleum agency bent on national development.
Similar statements were also made by Achmed Mansaray who is the Orange Regional Business Manager West 1, Annie Wonnie-Katta from the Public Relations Unit of Orange.