Liberia: Deputy Speaker Lights Up Six Communities in GD.kru

Deputy Speaker Cllr. J. Fonati Koffa commits himself to infrastructure development and increased access to basic social services in District #2 Grand Kru County.On Friday, April 23, 2021, Niplai and Allawala cities in Niplakpo and Dweken in Jloh and Forkpoh Statutory Districts were lighted with 45 solar streets light. Citizens of those communities joyfully thanked … Continue reading Liberia: Deputy Speaker Lights Up Six Communities in GD.kru

Austin, Texas – Seccom & NAACP meeting

12/11/2020 AUSTIN, TEXAS: President of NAACP visited my office today in Round Rock, Texas. We are planning to work together successfully in 20201. Nelson E. Linder, President NAACP Austin visited our office is to discuss Seccom International Group, Inc, and our partner TJ TECHNOLOGY, a Solar Management – Construction/ Land Development company. Our goal is … Continue reading Austin, Texas – Seccom & NAACP meeting

Liberia to Host Miss Africa 2020 Beauty Pageant in May to Expand Tourism

From FRONTPAGEAFRICA MONROVIA – In an effort to expand the tourism sector, the continentally acclaimed 2020 Miss Africa beauty pageant is scheduled to be officially hosted in Liberia on 30 May 2020, the first time such event will be taking place in the country. Queens from fifty-three (53) African countries are expected to descend on … Continue reading Liberia to Host Miss Africa 2020 Beauty Pageant in May to Expand Tourism

“Trade and Financing Forum”

“Trade and Financing Forum” by The African and Caribbean Business Council (ACBC) and The People’s Emergency Center (PEC) on April 6, 2011 from 9am -2pm (PHILADELPHIA) (March 5, 2011) — The African and Caribbean Business Council (ACBC) in association with the People’s Emergency Center (PEC) will host a Trade and Financing Forum on Wednesday, April … Continue reading “Trade and Financing Forum”

Unified Currency Eludes ECOWAS Nations: West Africa Tackles Economic Downturn – Rodney D. Sieh

Accra, Ghana –
Mo Ibrahim, the Sudanese-born magnate once said: “Many African States are too small to continue to exist independently. The idea that 53 small African countries thought they could compete with China. India, Europe, and the USA was a ‘fallacy’. Africa “needs scale” to compete with the big economic players. We need scale and we need that now, not tomorrow, the next year or the year after.”

Mr. Freddie Taylor, President Liberian Chamber of Commerce at Tuesday’s ECOWAS business chamber meeting.
Ibrahim’s concept is one of the basis for a three-day workshop on the Popularization of the Federation of the West Africa Chambers of Commerce and Industry aimed at creating awareness among member countries about the problems, challenges and opportunities offered by intra-ECOWAS trade in goods and services. Continue reading “Unified Currency Eludes ECOWAS Nations: West Africa Tackles Economic Downturn – Rodney D. Sieh”