Orange Sierra Leone has fed hundreds of Muslims in the KrooBay community in their Jammah Sunakati Promotion gifts to Sierra Leonean muslims during this holy month of Ramadan.

The Ramadan Sunakati  feast took place on Monday, 11th April at the KrooBay Playing field during the evening hours. Muslims within the slum community break their fast in style as they cook and eat together with fastest growing network in the country. When the Sunakati was finally served, hundreds of residence came out to dine with Sierra Leone’s leading mobile company.

KrooBay is among the largest urban slums in Sierra Leone. It’s strategically located in the heart of the country’s capital’s Freetown. It is an informal settlement located on the coastal line with an estimated population of over 13,000 dwellers.

According to Merriam Webster, the definition of a slum is a densely populated usually urban area marked by crowding, poverty, and social disorganization. The KrooBay slum community is an apt description of the said definition of a slum.

Residents of the community have an abiding memory of flooding during the rainy season.

Over time, some of these memories have become an indelible imprint on the minds of the dwellers within this coastal area.

However, a majority of residents in the community are Muslims. This makes it apt for Orange to share their Ramadan Sunakati  gifts with them.

In Orange bid to make people happy, the company is going all out to make sure people have a wonderful and memorable experience during this holy month.

Meanwhile,  the Orange Money Ramadan Mega storm has kick-started in Waterloo Market where lots of food items were won by lucky participants.

As the leading mobile telecommunication company in the country, Orange gives grand prize of up to 1 year supply of football items to lucky customers.