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MoneyGram boosts King George VI Memorial Home

June 13, 2017 By Ibrahim Tarawallie

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As part of their proud tradition of giving back to the community, agents of MoneyGram service in Sierra Leone, over the weekend, donated food items worth millions of Leones to inmates at the King George VI Memorial Home, Grafton, Western Rural district.

The items donated include; bags of rice, onions, cartoons of Tomatoes and Maggi, and they are expected to be used in preparing meal for the inmates, as well as a packet of assorted provision each to the inmates.

The inmates were in joyous mood as they welcome their guests to the home and were pleased that MoneyGram always keeps to their promise of providing their needs on a yearly basis.

Speaking during the short presentation ceremony, Managing Director of Premier Media Consultancy, Dr. Julius Spencer said agents of the MoneyGram were always proud of associating with inmates at the home.

“We come here every year to show solidarity with you the inmates of this great home. We see it as our responsibility to assist one another. We want you to know that people are thinking about you and your welfare,” he said.

As the marketing firm of the service in Sierra Leone, Dr. Spencer encouraged Sierra Leoneans to make use of the service because it is safe, reliable, secured and the fastest way to send and received money across the world.

According to him, Sierra Leoneans can send or receive money from their loved ones, friends and parents through Afro International, Rokel Commercial Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, United Bank for Africa, Sierra Leone Commercial Bank, Keystone Bank and FBN Bank as agents of the service.

Abdulai Sesay from Sierra Leone Commercial Bank said: “We are happy to be part of the team to do such a presentation and to associate ourselves with you. We will always support you in our own little way.”

He assured of a fast and efficient service to those who would choose to send or receive money using the MoneyGram service at SLCB.

On behalf of the Sierra Leone Society of the Welfare of the Aged, Hannah Deen, thanked MoneyGram for always associating with inmates.

“We always look forward to certain people to help us, especially MoneyGram. We are grateful for your support at all times. We are calling on other institutions and individuals to follow your good work,” she urged.

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