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(L) Mr. Hill (l), Ms. Wymon (middle) and others pose for a photograph in front of a Dwadifo Adanfo taxi cab.

Dwadifo Adanfo ‘Sell-Pay’ Vehicles Arrive

An international transportation company headquartered in Accra, Ghana, announced over the weekend that its first consignment of 20 vehicles has arrived in the country.

Dwadifo Adanfo, meaning "friends of the common people" in Twi (a Ghanaian language), is a microfinance company that was founded in Accra, Ghana, in 2009. It aims to provide basic products and services that include consumer finance, investment accounts, small and medium enterprise loans, and vehicle financing for quality assurance and consumer security in the formal and informal sectors of Africa.


Vice President Boakai, aided by others cuts the ribbon to the opening of Vasco Direct Inc., a 100 percent Liberian-owned business.

VP Boakai Urges Liberian to Gets into Business

The Vice President of Liberia, Ambassador Joseph N. Boakai, has stressed the need for Liberians to get involved into business activities as a way of contributing to the growth of the Liberia’s economy, rather seeking for a government job.

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