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Author: Edwin Genoway, Jr.
Monrovia — Mastercard is partnering with Guaranty Trust Bank Liberia (GTCO Liberia), one of Liberia’s leading financial institutions known for its commitment to innovation and customer-centric approach. The strategic collaboration is set to introduce an innovative payment gateway service to Liberia, catalyzing a monumental shift in the nation’s digital payment landscape. By leveraging Mastercard’s cutting-edge technology and GTCO Liberia’s robust banking network, this partnership aims to redefine digital payments in the country.
MONROVIA – The Government of Liberia and a US-based organization, “Our Seeds Tomorrow,” have inked a groundbreaking agreement aimed at investing in the fields of science, technology, environmental studies, agriculture, and mathematics (STEAM) within Liberia. This new initiative seeks to invigorate and revitalize the intellectual landscape of Liberia, with a particular focus on technology and engineering, while simultaneously creating job opportunities.
MONROVIA – With just seven years since the first Joint External Evaluation (JEE) of the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005) core capacities, all is set for the second JEE on September 4, 2023, in Monrovia.
MONROVIA – A non-profit organization, Liberia Women Forum (LWF), has settled the hospital bills for over 13 struggling and underprivileged young mothers at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital.
Liberia First Movement political leader Sheikh Al Moustapha Kouyateh MONROVIA — In the wake of the recent military takeover in Niger, concerns are growing across the Subregion as political figures call for stability to be restored in the country. Among those urging calm is Sheikh Al-moustapha Kouyateh, the leader of the Liberia First Movement.
MONROVIA — The Chairperson of the Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA), Edwina Zackpah, recently led a benchmarking mission to Kenya.
MONROVIA – A team of medical specialists from Ruby Hall Clinic in India, led by Dr. Bhooshan Zade, an Indian doctor, is currently in Liberia on a medical visit to kick-start a free screening process specifically for cancer patients.
MONROVIA – Simeon Freeman, the Political leader of the Movement for Progressive Change (MPC), has taken a swipe at the late founder and standard bearer of Liberty Party (LP), Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, accusing him of failing to improve the lives of the people of Grand Bassa County before his demise.
MONROVIA – The Insurance Company of Africa has recently shown great concern for the welfare of homeless children and orphans in various communities across Liberia. As part of its commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility and its dedication to caring for vulnerable orphans, the company generously donated a variety of food and non-food items to the “My Brother’s Keeper Orphanage Home.” This act of compassion aimed to bring smiles to the faces of the young orphans and provide them with much-needed support.
MONROVIA – Ecobank Liberia has loaned US$22 Million to Gboni Enterprise Company, a Liberian company headed by Boakai Sheriff.