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Aminata & Sons Unveils Service Station

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By Public Agenca Online -

Dagbayonoh Nyanfore

Aminata CEO Siaka Toure

Chocolate City Community, on the Somalia Drive was over the weekend given a new look following the unveiling of Aminata and Sons Incorporated state-of-art service station graced by Vice President, Ambassador Joseph Boakai who promised government’s support to the Liberian business community.

Prior to the cutting of the ribbon, Amb. Boakai described the station as the “pride of Liberia” which has emerged from “a filthy station to a filling station” ready to serve. VP Boakai said, the government was committed to helping Liberians “go into genuine and honest business,” stating that each step in any good business should be taken towards improvement.

“When we say only Liberians can build Liberia, this is it. Toure cannot remove this and go anywhere; he has an investment and pays his taxes to Government”, the Vice President said in his comments before launching the new station, adding “Toure, you have made us pride and you have given us reasons to believe in more Liberians.”

The new Aminata Service Station impressively stands on the Somalia Drive with three pumps islands containing six electric fuel service pumps. The biggest supermarket of any service station in the area sits within the new facility.
For the first time in the Country, Aminata and Sons has introduced the “Fuel Filtration Machine”. The machine has the capacity to carry out a thorough cleaning of vehicle fuel tanks. It separates and sucks out water from fuel in the tanks. Slots and particles in vehicle fuel tanks clog and damage the fuel injection system. The filtration machine is built to solve that problem; it has the capacity to dislodge slots and particles from the tank and improve fuel injection system.

Meanwhile, the head of the Corporation, Mr. Siaka Toure said, the modernization of the standards and outlook of the company’s facilities was prompted by constructive criticism from the Liberian people. “You said you were tired of filthy stations, the old manual hand pumps. You said you were tired of all these and you were asking questions and now we have answered the questions and we have given you what you deserved – quality service stations with modern outlook.”
Mr. Toure continued: “The question will be answered in five months on 17th Street, in Tapitta, Ganta and in Smell No taste” adding that Aminata and Sons is ready for quality service and competition in the petroleum business.

He thanked the Government for “erecting the favorable atmosphere for good business that led to the banks believing in us”. The Aminata and Sons Chief Executive Officer also extended appreciation to the banking community, especially ECOBANK for its support.

In a related development, a “strategic partnership” agreement between Aminata and Sons and Lonestar Communications Incorporated was entered into during the program. Under the agreement, all Lonestar/MTN services will be promoted and available at all Aminata and Sons Service Stations in Liberia.

The Corporate Communication Executive of Lonestar Communications Incorporated, Dr. Laurent K. Bropleh termed the agreement as a unique opportunity for Lonestar/MTN to take its services across the country adding, “when the largest telecommunication corporation in Liberia enters an agreement with Aminata, its sends a striking wave across Liberia that indeed Liberia is getting better.”

Dr. Bropleh said LCC penned the agreement “to promote and create an economy to improve the lives of the Liberian people.”

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