Prof. Willie Belleh, Jr., Chairman, PPCC Board of Commissioners

PPCC Launches Vendors Register

Authorities at the Public Procurement and Concessions Commission (PPCC) in collaboration with partners on May 27 officially launched the “Vendors Register.”

The Vendors Register is an initiative of the PPCC developed for five primary reasons under the theme, “Enhancing Efficiency and Participation of Businesses in Public Procurement.”

Mr. Wureh: “Accounting is not about making fast money, but about building trust”

“Accounting is about Trust”

Misapplications of funds in government and other places in the Liberian society, for which the country is graded high in corruption may not necessarily be because monies are embezzled, says Gabriel M. Wureh, a US trained Certified Public Accountant (CPA) who will conduct an Accounting seminar in Monrovia early next month.

African Development Bank 50th Meetings Begin

Africa’s largest banking institution, the African Development Bank Group, began its 50th Annual Meetings on Monday, May 25, at its headquarters in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire.
The 50th Annual Meetings of the African Development Bank’s Board of Governors and the 41st Meetings of the Board of Governors for the Bank’s concessionary window, the African Development Fund (ADF), signal the Bank Group’s return to its headquarters in 2014 after more than 11 years’ relocation in Tunis, Tunisia.

Two honorees Sheriff and Torfic Tarnue with CEMENCO officials

CEMENCO Honors Distributor, Employee

The Liberia Cement Corporation (CEMENCO) on Friday, April 25, honored one of its distributors, Vamuyan S. Sheriff as the “Highest Purchaser of Cement” and Torfic Tarnue as employee of the year 2014 to 2015.

The event brought together employees and officials as well as other distributors and was held at a local resort in Monrovia.

Mr. Sheriff, who runs the MaYanly Business Center Incorporated (MBCI), received the company’s prestigious award for the second time.

As a Liberian-owned business, MBCI was established in 2009. Sheriff received his first award in 2012.

Secretary General of the MCSSTA, Varmah B. Gray

MCSSTA Gets LD$2.5M Loan from CBL

The Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association Credit Union (MCSSTA) has secured LD$2.5 million loan from the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) to build the capacity of its members.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer over the weekend in Monrovia, the secretary general of the MCSSTA, Varmah B. Gray, said the loan is intended to empower its members, as their welfare is cardinal to the leadership.


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