NOBEL Liberia, Ecobank In Partnership For Money Transfer Service

L/R: Noble Liberia Chief Executive Officer, Jallah Kesselly and Ecobank Liberia Managing Director, Mr. George Mensah Asante

In the continuation of its forming partnership with financial institutions within Liberia and beyond, Nobel Liberia in actualizing its dream and motto:  ‘Helping Liberia To Rise Again’, Wednesday, October 18, 2017 added Ecobank as one its partnership in the Money Transfer service with LBDI and IB banks as some of those in the partnership.

According this latest partnership with Ecobank, Nobel Liberia Money Transfer Services will cover all Ecobank stations around the country.

This partnership with Ecobank, is the newest from efforts being applied by Nobel Liberia management team with several Liberian banking institutions in order to create an easy access to Liberians wanting to receive money from the United States.

The program was attended by officials of both institutions including the Managing Director of Ecobank Liberia, Mr. George Mensah Asante who expressed thanks and appreciation to the management team of Nobel Liberia for the initiative to form partnership with his bank in the area of ‘Money Transfer’.

Group photo: Nobel Liberia and Ecobank officials

Mr. Asante said this initiative being exhibited by Nobel Liberia to establish Money Transfer cells with banking institutions within Liberia must be lauded, and also assured Nobel  of his institution’s willingness to working with it.

For his part, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Noble Liberia, Jallah Kesselly noted with keen interest in the growth and development of the Liberian economy, and further noted that his institution, the only Money Transfer Company that send money in Liberia, but does not money our of Liberia, adding, “We will like to keep money in Liberia, rather than sending money out of Liberia,” Mr. Kesselly in a chat with reporters stressed,

He said his Company’s remittance service is the most convenience, cheapest and notably the easier way for Liberians in the United States to send money back home to their friends and relatives.

Speaking further, Mr. Kesselly said Liberians in the United States, especially residing in Michigan, Maryland, North Carolina, Minnesota, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Colorado are the direct users of Noble Liberia money transfer service, a service he noted is highly been acceptable to Liberians.

L/R: Ecobank MD and Nobel Liberia CEO with symbol of the partnership

On the arrangement with Ecobank Liberia and other banking institutions in the Country, the CEO of Noble Liberia lauded the management team of Ecobank Liberia considered as the Pan African Bank for its services to people of Liberia, and further lauded other banking institutions that are bringing relief to the Liberian financial sector.

Making assurances to the many customers of Noble Liberia Money Transfer Service, Mr. Kesselly said for every ten transactions that will be made by a single individual to receive Money from the US, that individual will receive a free Premium bag of US parboil rice and a T-Shirt. He said this move is Nobel Liberia way of showing love and appreciation to utilizing their Money Transfer service. In a related development, Mr. Kesselly disclosed that Nobel Money Transfer service will be available in all UBA banks by the end of October

Noble Liberia has over the years since its formation as a financial institution provided thousands of United States dollars to various charitable Liberian causes, for example Miss Liberia, Chicago Bright Foundation and Monrovia Football Academy to name a few.

Also present at the occasion were the Financial Comptroller of Nobel Liberia, Mr. Nim’ne Elliot Mombo, Jr., while Ecobank Liberia representatives who also witnessed the occasion included Gibson Ko0llie head of Consumer Banking, William Krakue; head of Remittances, Trokon Jackson; head of Clients Engagement Management and Ivy Fairley Fahnbulleh; head of marketing communication.

Customers of Nobel Money Transfer Service can also  pick up their money from the Nobel Liberia head office on 11th Street, Tubman Boulevard in Sinkor, located in the Bible Society Building; working hours daily are 9am through 7pm from Monday through Friday; and on Saturday from 9am to 2pm. For more information regarding Nobel Money Transfer call: (Liberia) 0886612037/ 07770011013 (USA) +1-886-996-363; On our Face Book page visit:

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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.