Nobel Liberia, Miss Liberia Sign ‘New Brand Ambassador’ Partnership

Nobel Liberia President, Jallah C. Kesselly with Miss Liberia, Workie Dolo

NOBEL Liberia Ltd., one of Liberia’s reliable financial institutions as a way of its corporate social responsibility aimed at empowering young Liberian women and the youth in general recently signed a ‘New Brand Ambassador’ partnership with the 2017 Miss Liberia, Miss. Wokie Dolo.

The occasion which was colorful saw the President of NOBEL Liberia, Mr. Jallah C. Kesselly and Miss Wokie Dolo, 2017 Miss Liberia attesting their respective signatures to the document that gave birth to their new collaboration by conferring on the Liberian Queen as NOBEL Liberia ‘New Brand Ambassador’.

Miss Liberia, Workie Dolo and Mr. Jallah C. Kesselly during the signing ceremony

Speaking to reporters after the signing ceremony, Miss Dolo who could not withhold her joy, expressed thanks and appreciation to the management of NOBEL Liberiafor her preferment for being the first Liberian Queen to occupy such unique title, and also promised to use her preferment in promoting the services of the institution and the youths of Liberia.

Speaking further, the charming Miss Liberia assured the management of NOBEL Liberia that the confidence reposed in her by the entity as its ‘New Brand Ambassador’ will be carried out successfully and the helping to create more awareness on the level of professional services undertaken by this institution.

Miss Liberia after the signing ceremony at the headquarters of Nobel Liberia

For his part, the President of NOBELLiberia, Mr. Jallah C. Kesselly thanked Miss. Wokie Dolo for accepting the honor as his entity’s ‘New Brand Ambassador’, and further assured her of his institution’s support during the existence of the partnership.

Handshakes after the signing ceremony

Nobel Liberia (“the Company”) is a multi-faceted, burgeoning start-up within Nobel Group, which was established three years ago (August 2014) in Liberia is currently operating across primary business segments in the country; Money Transfer, Food delivery Service and Rice Importation.

This new partnership by NOBEL Liberia to young Liberian women has been lauded by group of Liberians who spoke to this outlet, noting that this new initiative by NOBEL Liberia will greatly contribute to the empowerment of Liberia’s youthful population.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.