Orange Sierra Leone, the biggest mobile network in the country has strongly refuted misleading information published against the company in series of newspapers. According to the press release from the company, the newspapers publications are totally false and malicious which are all geared towards tarnishing the reputation of the company. See Press Release Below:


Orange Sierra Leone (“The Company”) is pleased to inform its valued customers and the General Public that articles published on the papers of “The Executive” and “Fritong Post” on Friday 11th June under the caption “CID Probes Orange CEO & Others” and “Espionage - Orange CEO arrested” respectively are totally false and malicious.

The Company refutes these fake publications published by these media houses and wishes to state categorically that the CEO of Orange was never arrested. The company wishes to inform the public that the contents of these publications are false. Orange is an internationally reputable company that operates with the highest ethical standards and cannot bear fake news conveyed by some members of the press.

We wish to assure the general public that our company operates with the highest ethical and confidentiality standards. We remain committed to keeping our valued Customers ahead through the provision of the latest technologies along with reliable and superior network quality through an enhanced world class system for an unmatched experience.

We are doing everything we can to enable individuals, communities and Sierra Leone benefit from the digital world we are helping to shape while respecting ethics, human rights and the environment.

Press contact:

Annie Wonnie Katta
Head, Public Relations
Orange (SL) Ltd
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