NP-SL Limited Commissions New Nyakel Amadu Fuel Station in Pujehun


In a significant move to address the ongoing fuel crisis in Pujehun district, NP (SL) Limited has opened a new state-of-the-art fuel station in Pujehun Town, Southern Sierra Leone, offering convenience and easy access to fuel to provide for the community’s diverse energy needs on Monday 27th May 2024.

Ambassador Kobi Walker, Chief Executive Officer of NP SL Limited officially inaugurated the Nyakel Amadu NP filling station in Pujehun town.

Ambassador Walker conveyed his gratitude to Honorable Dixon Momoh Rogers and the people of Pujehun. He emphasized the high quality and standards of the newly established facility, assuring that it is built to endure and serve the community for a long time.

Reflecting on his connection to Pujehun District, CEO Walker recalled his earlier positive contribution in the district during his tenure at Union Trust Bank and Sierra Leone Brewery Limited. He highlighted the company’s past support for individuals establishing Fuel Stations in Pujehun District and assured that this support would continue.

Amb. Walker encouraged the public to patronize NP-SL, emphasizing the company’s dedication to empowering Sierra Leoneans through job creation, tax contributions and support for local businesses. He also announced that the commissioning of the Filling Station would mark his final function as CEO, as he is set to retire on June 1, 2024, with Saidu Mansaray, the current General Manager, succeeding him. He urged full support for Saidu Mansaray in his new role.

Additionally, the Chief Executive Officer unveiled NP-SL’s plan to digitize their system introducing the NP Smart Card, known as NP-Energy Pass, for customers to access fuel at various Filling Stations.

Saidu Mansaray, the General Manager of NP-Sierra Leone Limited (NP SL-Ltd), reassured residents of Pujehun Town that the newly established NP-SL Filling Station would effectively resolve the longstanding issue of fuel shortages in the area. He encouraged residents to take ownership of the Filling Station to ensure its long-term sustainability.

The General Manager acknowledges the positive impact of having multiple Filling Stations in Pujehun Town, stating his commitment to ensuring uninterrupted fuel availability. He pointed out that the new Filling Station would not only guarantee constant fuel supply but also create employment opportunities for local residents.

Highlighting the importance of fuel infrastructure for local development, Saidu Mansaray noted that the presence of Filling Stations would attract investors to the area. He concluded by referencing Pujehun District’s historical significance as the resting place of an old warrior, underscoring the district’s importance and potential for growth and development.

In his welcome address, Paramount Chief of Kpanga Chiefdom, PC Andrew Ibrahim Jaiah Kaikai, expressed gratitude to NP SL and all attendees for taking time out of their busy schedules to attend the event.

He praised NP SL and Honorable Dixon Momoh Rogers for their continuous efforts to foster development in the district and assured his support to anyone willing to bring further development to his chiefdom. He also urged the newly employed staff at the filling station to work diligently in the best interest of the community.

Speaking on behalf of the Bike Riders Union, Chairman Brima Dao Samba , expressed their happiness and appreciation for the new facility.

He highlighted that the establishment of the filling station would significantly alleviate the longstanding fuel shortages in the district and pledged the union’s full cooperation with the new facility.

In his address, Honorable Dixon Momoh Rogers, who doubles as the Chief Executive Officer of the Nyakel Amadu NP filling station, thanked everyone for their support in realizing the project.
He reaffirmed his commitment to listening to the needs of his people and addressing them effectively.

Rogers emphasized that the new filling station is intended to serve the entire Pujehun district and called on the community to take ownership of the facility. He also hinted at more developmental plans he has in store for the district.

The grand opening ceremony drew a large and diverse crowd, including paramount chiefs, section and town chiefs, government officials, NP company staff, members of the bike riders union, drivers union, traders union, other filling station owners, security personnel, family members, youth, women, and members of the press.

NP continues to solidify its position as the dominant petroleum company in the oil market by providing fuel access and assuring a constant supply of petroleum products nationwide. The inauguration of the Nyakel Amadu NP filling station marks a pivotal step towards resolving the fuel crisis in Pujehun, promising to bring much-needed relief and development to the district.




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LRMG Inaugurates 30 MPTA Processing Plant and Heavy Fuel Oil power plant in Tonkolili


In a historic event on April 8, 2024, Leone Rock Metal Group (LRMG) celebrated the inauguration of its groundbreaking 30 MTPA processing plant and heavy fuel oil power plant at its Tonkolili Mine site in Sierra Leone. This plant, capable of delivering 10 million tons per year, represents a significant advancement in optimizing ore into 66% iron concentrate.

LRMG, renowned for its vertical integration approach, has set a new industry standard. Salim Sillah, Chief Technical Officer of LRMG, highlighted the company’s growth trajectory, citing the recent launch of the $200 million 12 million tons processing plant and the current $500 million investment in the 30 million tons facility within two years. Describing LRMG as “ambassadors of change,” Sillah emphasized the company’s dedication to innovation and progress.

Collin Ding, President of LRMG, underscored the project’s importance for Sierra Leone, noting the creation of over 6,000 jobs thus far, with plans to expand to 15,000 by 2025 through this project. This substantial job creation aligns with President Bio’s ambitious goal of generating 500,000 jobs by 2028. The project promises significant benefits in terms of royalties, fiscal revenue, and overall development for the country.

Julius Mattai, Minister of Mines, praised LRMG’s contributions to Sierra Leone’s mining sector, highlighting their track record of integrity and success. The collaboration between LRMG and MML resulting in the export of $800 million worth of iron ore underscores the company’s positive impact on the national economy and its commitment to collaborating with other companies to enhance the mining industry.

In his statement, Sierra Leone Vice President, Dr. Alhaji Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh commended LRMG for its dedication and investments, recognizing its pivotal role in advancing Sierra Leone economically and socially. The project symbolizes a beacon of progress for the nation, with the government committed to supporting initiatives that drive prosperity and growth.

LRMG’s Tonkolili Iron Ore project emerges as a global player in the industry, positioning Sierra Leone prominently on the world stage. The project not only enhances the country’s economic outlook but also enriches its human capital, emphasizing the collaborative efforts that have enabled this transformational project.

As the local community, government officials, and stakeholders unite in celebrating this significant milestone, the inauguration of LRMG’s processing plant marks a momentous step towards a brighter future for Sierra Leone and its people.




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NP SL Ltd Commissions First Fuel station in Zimmi, Pujehun District


In a significant bid to make fuel accessible in hard to reach areas, NP SL Ltd has commissioned the first fuel station in Zimmi Makpele Chiefdom, Pujehun District, Southern Sierra Leone.

The new Filling Station named Abyei Gas Station is strategically located along the Liberia Border highway to facilitate the provision of Fuel for residents with Chiefdom aims to address the longstanding challenge of fuel scarcity in the region.

Representing the Paramount Chief of Makpele Chiefdom, Bintu M. Jalloh expressed gratitude for the commissioning of the station. She highlighted the struggles the chiefdom has been facing for far too long due to their dependence on a single filling station over the years. However, she expressed strong optimism that the new station will alleviate there sufferings.

She highlighted the community’s reliance on a single filling station over the years, causing inconvenience for residents of which she expressed optimism that with the new filling station commissioned those constrains will become a thing of the past.

Speaking on behalf of the Chief Executive Officer of the filling station, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Lahai Sandi Koroma, expressed gratitude to community stakeholders and NP-Sierra Leone for their unwavering support throughout the project’s duration.
He highlighted the commitment of the CEO, who is currently serving with the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei in Sudan, to invest in Sierra Leone by establishing filling stations across the country.

Lahai Sandi Koroma noted that the CEO has already completed two filling stations, one in Bo Township and the newly commissioned station in Zimmi, with another station nearing completion in Gendema, scheduled for commissioning by year-end.

He emphasized that the new station has provided job opportunities for residents of Zimmi and surrounding areas, addressing the longstanding issue of fuel scarcity in the locality.
Lahai Sandi Koroma assured the availability of petroleum products at the station and also urged residents to take ownership of the filling station, emphasizing its benefits not only for his family but also for the majority of Zimmi’s residents and beyond.

Assuring the Resident of quality service delivery, Chief Executive Officer of NP-Sierra Leone Limited (NP SL-Ltd) Kobi Waker assured residents of Zimmi that the newly commissioned NP-SL Filling Station will effectively address the issue of fuel shortage, making it a thing of the past. He emphasized that the commissioning of the new filling station signifies growth and increased sales for the company.
Walker reiterated that the new filling station will not only ensure the availability of fuel at all times but also provide job opportunities for local residents. He highlighted that this initiative aligns with one of the government’s key agendas of creating 500,000 jobs for young people in the country.

Furthermore, Walker emphasized the company’s commitment to empowering local entrepreneurs and contributing to nation-building by facilitating easy access to petroleum products. He encouraged others to follow the example set by Lahai Sandi Koroma, the CEO of the filling station, who despite residing abroad, has demonstrated his love for the country by establishing fuel stations in Bo, Zimmi, and the nearing completion one in Gendema.

Walker urged residents to take ownership of the new filling station by supporting it through patronage.
Officer in Charge, Zimmi Police Station, Inspector Juldeh Jalloh, expressed appreciation to NP-Sierra Leone Limited, (NP-SL Ltd) for the construction of the newly filling station in Zimmi adding that this has changed the face of Zimmi noting that such an investment is not only important but timely for the people of Zimmi and it environs.

He also encouraged members of the public to see the investment as their own and stated that in that regard they are watchdogs for NP-SL. Inspector Jalloh assured all of their security presence in the filling station in fulfilment of their mandate as a Force for Goodto protects life and properties.

Vandi Mansaray, a bike Rider of Zimmi expressed appreciation to NP-SL for commissioning the Filling Station, noting that as` bike riders they have been faced with a lot of constraints in securing fuel furthering that they had to go Bo to secure fuel but said with this new NP-SL Filling Station in Zimmi it will surely address those fuel constraints in that part of the country.

The event was climaxed by the official unveiling of the new Filling Station bythe Chief Executive Officer of NP-Sierra Leone Limited, (NP SL-Ltd), Kobi Walker, the Paramount Chief of Makpele Chiefdom representative, Bintu M. Jalloh and other stakeholders of Zimmi.

Pujehun district is in the Southern Province and third largest district in the country. It borders the Atlantic Ocean in the southwest, the Republic of Liberia to the southeast, Kenema district to the northeast, Bo district to the north and Bonthe district to the west.

 




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NP SL Ltd Commissions First Fuel station in Zimmi, Pujehun District


In a significant bid to make fuel accessible in hard to reach areas, NP SL Ltd has commissioned the first fuel station in Zimmi Makpele Chiefdom, Pujehun District, Southern Sierra Leone.

The new Filling Station named Abyei Gas Station is strategically located along the Liberia Border highway to facilitate the provision of Fuel for residents with Chiefdom aims to address the longstanding challenge of fuel scarcity in the region.

Representing the Paramount Chief of Makpele Chiefdom, Bintu M. Jalloh expressed gratitude for the commissioning of the station. She highlighted the struggles the chiefdom has been facing for far too long due to their dependence on a single filling station over the years. However, she expressed strong optimism that the new station will alleviate there sufferings.

She highlighted the community’s reliance on a single filling station over the years, causing inconvenience for residents of which she expressed optimism that with the new filling station commissioned those constrains will become a thing of the past.

Speaking on behalf of the Chief Executive Officer of the filling station, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Lahai Sandi Koroma, expressed gratitude to community stakeholders and NP-Sierra Leone for their unwavering support throughout the project’s duration.
He highlighted the commitment of the CEO, who is currently serving with the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei in Sudan, to invest in Sierra Leone by establishing filling stations across the country.

Lahai Sandi Koroma noted that the CEO has already completed two filling stations, one in Bo Township and the newly commissioned station in Zimmi, with another station nearing completion in Gendema, scheduled for commissioning by year-end.

He emphasized that the new station has provided job opportunities for residents of Zimmi and surrounding areas, addressing the longstanding issue of fuel scarcity in the locality.
Lahai Sandi Koroma assured the availability of petroleum products at the station and also urged residents to take ownership of the filling station, emphasizing its benefits not only for his family but also for the majority of Zimmi’s residents and beyond.

Assuring the Resident of quality service delivery, Chief Executive Officer of NP-Sierra Leone Limited (NP SL-Ltd) Kobi Waker assured residents of Zimmi that the newly commissioned NP-SL Filling Station will effectively address the issue of fuel shortage, making it a thing of the past. He emphasized that the commissioning of the new filling station signifies growth and increased sales for the company.
Walker reiterated that the new filling station will not only ensure the availability of fuel at all times but also provide job opportunities for local residents. He highlighted that this initiative aligns with one of the government’s key agendas of creating 500,000 jobs for young people in the country.

Furthermore, Walker emphasized the company’s commitment to empowering local entrepreneurs and contributing to nation-building by facilitating easy access to petroleum products. He encouraged others to follow the example set by Lahai Sandi Koroma, the CEO of the filling station, who despite residing abroad, has demonstrated his love for the country by establishing fuel stations in Bo, Zimmi, and the nearing completion one in Gendema.

Walker urged residents to take ownership of the new filling station by supporting it through patronage.
Officer in Charge, Zimmi Police Station, Inspector Juldeh Jalloh, expressed appreciation to NP-Sierra Leone Limited, (NP-SL Ltd) for the construction of the newly filling station in Zimmi adding that this has changed the face of Zimmi noting that such an investment is not only important but timely for the people of Zimmi and it environs.

He also encouraged members of the public to see the investment as their own and stated that in that regard they are watchdogs for NP-SL. Inspector Jalloh assured all of their security presence in the filling station in fulfilment of their mandate as a Force for Goodto protects life and properties.

Vandi Mansaray, a bike Rider of Zimmi expressed appreciation to NP-SL for commissioning the Filling Station, noting that as` bike riders they have been faced with a lot of constraints in securing fuel furthering that they had to go Bo to secure fuel but said with this new NP-SL Filling Station in Zimmi it will surely address those fuel constraints in that part of the country.

The event was climaxed by the official unveiling of the new Filling Station bythe Chief Executive Officer of NP-Sierra Leone Limited, (NP SL-Ltd), Kobi Walker, the Paramount Chief of Makpele Chiefdom representative, Bintu M. Jalloh and other stakeholders of Zimmi.

Pujehun district is in the Southern Province and third largest district in the country. It borders the Atlantic Ocean in the southwest, the Republic of Liberia to the southeast, Kenema district to the northeast, Bo district to the north and Bonthe district to the west.

 






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LRMG Inaugurates 30 MPTA Processing Plant and Heavy Fuel Oil power plant in Tonkolili


In a historic event on April 8, 2024, Leone Rock Metal Group (LRMG) celebrated the inauguration of its groundbreaking 30 MTPA processing plant and heavy fuel oil power plant at its Tonkolili Mine site in Sierra Leone. This plant, capable of delivering 10 million tons per year, represents a significant advancement in optimizing ore into 66% iron concentrate.

LRMG, renowned for its vertical integration approach, has set a new industry standard. Salim Sillah, Chief Technical Officer of LRMG, highlighted the company’s growth trajectory, citing the recent launch of the $200 million 12 million tons processing plant and the current $500 million investment in the 30 million tons facility within two years. Describing LRMG as “ambassadors of change,” Sillah emphasized the company’s dedication to innovation and progress.

Collin Ding, President of LRMG, underscored the project’s importance for Sierra Leone, noting the creation of over 6,000 jobs thus far, with plans to expand to 15,000 by 2025 through this project. This substantial job creation aligns with President Bio’s ambitious goal of generating 500,000 jobs by 2028. The project promises significant benefits in terms of royalties, fiscal revenue, and overall development for the country.

Julius Mattai, Minister of Mines, praised LRMG’s contributions to Sierra Leone’s mining sector, highlighting their track record of integrity and success. The collaboration between LRMG and MML resulting in the export of $800 million worth of iron ore underscores the company’s positive impact on the national economy and its commitment to collaborating with other companies to enhance the mining industry.

In his statement, Sierra Leone Vice President, Dr. Alhaji Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh commended LRMG for its dedication and investments, recognizing its pivotal role in advancing Sierra Leone economically and socially. The project symbolizes a beacon of progress for the nation, with the government committed to supporting initiatives that drive prosperity and growth.

LRMG’s Tonkolili Iron Ore project emerges as a global player in the industry, positioning Sierra Leone prominently on the world stage. The project not only enhances the country’s economic outlook but also enriches its human capital, emphasizing the collaborative efforts that have enabled this transformational project.

As the local community, government officials, and stakeholders unite in celebrating this significant milestone, the inauguration of LRMG’s processing plant marks a momentous step towards a brighter future for Sierra Leone and its people.






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NP [SL] Limited Commissions New Fuel Station in Madina


One Sierra Leone’s fuel distribution Companies NP (SL) Limited has Commissioned new Fuel Station on Friday 8th March, 2024 at Madina, Kambia district.

The goal of opening this station in Kambia is to provide high-quality petroleum products to remote areas in Sierra Leone. This new development has created employment opportunities for young people and made petroleum products easily accessible in the district.

The Paramount Chief for Tonko Limba Chiefdom, PC Alimamy Lamina Kargbo IV, thanked NP for the commissioning of the New Station. He lamented that they have been suffering too long and hope the company will open more fuel stations within the districts He assured the Management that they will take good care of the facility and ensure proper monitoring for the investment to sustain the People of “Tonko Limba”.

CEO of NP, Kobi Walker expressed his excitement as the commissioning coincides with the International Women’s Day. The CEO confirmed that that they have a long standing relationship with Madina. He pointed out that during the construction process they faced some logistical challenges along the line but the station now stands a sight to behold.

“When we came to Madina, we have listened to all the cry, we listen to the chief, we listen to the Hounorable and the People and we recognize the importance of this strategic town”. CEO Walker stated
Considering it vast marsh land, he reminded the people that the town has the potential of to feed Sierra Leone. As of the Big 5 in the government Agenda, The CEO urged those that are implementing the Feed Sierra Leone Project to consider Madina as a solution to solve the food Problem in Sierra Leone.

Climaxing the event was the cutting of the tape by the Paramount Chief marking the official commissioning of the NP Madina Fuel Station

Kambia District is a district in the North West Province of Sierra Leone. Kambia District borders the Republic of Guinea to the north, Port Loko District to the south and Karene District to the east. The district provides an important Trade route to or from the Sierra Leonean capital Freetown to the Guinean capital Conakry.




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NP-SL Limited Commissions First Fuel Station in Bunumbu


Sierra Leone’s fuel distribution company, NP (SL) Limited, commissioned a new NP Fuel Station on Saturday, February 7th, 2024, in Bunumbu.

The goal of opening this station in Bunumbu is to provide high-quality petroleum products to remote areas in Sierra Leone

The commissioning is geared towards expanding NP’s brand and market volume throughout the remotest partner of Sierra Leone. The Company is focused on boosting partnerships with reputable individuals to enhance the supply of quality petroleum products to the general public. Key among the Np- SL staff present during the unveiling are Kobi-walker, CEO of Np-SL Ltd, Sales Manager, Ing Vandy Bockarie, Ing Alhaji Williams, amongst others.

A statement from NP’s Chief Executive Officer Kobi Walker during the unveiling, expressed thanks and appreciation to the people of Bundumbu for witnessing the historic achievement.

He reminded the people of Bundumbu that the town use to be a thriving economic zone but due to the Sierra Leone rebel some of these gains were reversed and business become bad.

He emphasized that Company is in Bundumbu to ease the burden of people going to Kenema to buy petrol and diesel adding that they want to make sure all the other facilities complementing the sales of fuel are available so that the community can go back to its past glory




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NP (SL) Limited Commissions New Aberdeen Road Fuel Station in Freetown


Sierra Leone’s leading  fuel distribution Company NP (SL) Limited  has Commissioned the NP Aberdeen Road Fuel Station on Monday 29th January, 2024.

The commissioning is geared towards expanding NP’s brand and market volume throughout Sierra Leone. The Company is focused on boosting partnerships with reputable individuals to enhance the supply of quality petroleum products to the general public.

A statement from NP’s Chief Executive Officer Kobi Walker, said many who are plying the Aberdeen Road  would not have thought that the new station is big enough to accommodate all the station modern equipment. He expressed appreciation working with one of their trusted Partners Hassan Sow, for selecting Np as a reliable Partner,

We want to send a message that it is possible for Sierra Leoneans to do business with Sierra Leoneans. We want to send a message that the only people who will nake this country are Sierra Leoneans. We want to send a message that when you empower the nation, your are empowering individuals,” he said.

Speaking on the benefits of the Partnership,  he revealed that their Partner, Hassan Sow has today created employment for at least 20 People and there is a guarantee that a minimum of 100 people will survive from this investment.

The CEO further expressed appreciation to all those who helped to make the Project a success assuring every liters bought from the said station will benefit Sierra Leoneans.

General Manager of Np, Saidu Mansaray emphasized that they are in a period where  only actions can speak. He pointed out that he believes they can realize their actions based on the testimonies they will be getting from customers accessing their petroleum Products. He assured that most of the things that are present in the new facilities, NP will replicate them across all Np stations including its strategic partners

Climaxing the event was the cutting of the tape by the CEO of NP-SL Ltd, Kobi Walker and the Proprietor, Hassan Sowe marking the official commissioning of the NP Aberdeen Road Fuel Station

NP enjoys over 60% market shares, arguably the most capitalized institution in Sierra Leone with an investment of over $30m to rehabilitate the finest and most sophisticated terminal in this part of the world.

The company has forged strategic Alliances and Partnerships with over 200 retail outlets all over the country as they currently supply over 80% of Ministries, Department and Agencies.

NP can boast of being the preferred supplier to virtually all the diplomatic missions in Sierra Leone and as if that is not enough NP is also on the trajectory of becoming the first company that will automate and digitize sales as they move towards cashless transactions and solutions.




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