Four QNET Officials Paid Curtesy Call On GNN, Holds Press Briefing With The Media
In their quest to formalize themselves with local media institutions in Liberia, and to launch the QNET Brand, four officials from Abidjan, the Ivory Coast on Monday, April 19, 2021 visited the offices of GNN-Liberia, one of Liberia’s widely browse online news outlets and Tango Incorporated.
The team headed by QNET Regional General Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa, Biram Fall also visited several media institutions including the Liberian Observer, Front Page Africa, and the News newspapers aimed at rubbishing claims of ‘Scam Operation’ in Liberia which has publicly attributed native propaganda against the entity by unscrupulous individuals.
The team was received by the Chief Executive Officer and Publisher of GNN-Liberia, Joel Cholo Brooks, and the Editorial Consultant, Emmanuel Tobey who is also the Chief Executive Officer of Tango Incorporated.
This team is in Liberia for week-long visit
In a related development, the team on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 held an interaction press briefing with the media at the Royal Grand Hotel in Monrovia
Where they publicly rubbished claims of QNET ‘Scam Operation’ in Liberia, noting that such came from unfair Distributors.
QNET through its Public Relations Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa Maxime PETI told journalist Tuesday that it has not setup any office in Liberia and has not approved the operation of those in alleged dubious activities in the name of the company.
She said QNET has distributors in Liberia but they are not allowed to do their businesses in the name of the company, as per the contract signed but into their individual businesses’ names.
QNET has recently come under serious criticism in the media allegedly, for dubious business deal, but the company said it was unknown persons or some unfair distributors who were using the company’s name criminally.
Madam PETI added that QNET is still in the process of setting up its office in Liberia like other African nations as well as getting an agent that would serve as direct link between its head office and government.
She distanced QNET from collection of money from individuals in the name of getting ‘fast money,’ stressing that the direct business giant, is particularly concerned with sales of products.