Monrovia, Liberia for immediate release. After series of attempts and harassment by embattled chairman, Presley Tenwah finally strike with physical assault and death threats to every other incorporator and PATEL leadership who removed him as chairman of PATEL adding ” I will kill your one-by-one”.
After admitting that the high tariff in Liberia, especially on imported goods in the country, which is causing serious problem for the common people in the country, President George Manneh Weah has made initial strides in ensuring that local businesses get some relief.
Following a meeting with the leadership of the business rights advocacy group, Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia (PATEL) last week, some of the President’s initial interventions included dropping all penalties on retail imports and waiving storage penalties, and the payment of dues and taxes in Liberian dollars.
Monrovia, Liberia: President George Manneh Weah has said it was important for the Liberian Business community to have a business-friendly atmosphere so that the financial problems and challenges being faced by Liberians can be overcome.
The Liberian Leader spoke on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 when met with the Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia (PATEL) in the C. Cecil Dennis Auditorium at his Foreign Ministry Office in Monrovia.
The essence of the meeting was to acquaint the President with prevailing challenges faced by the business community as the government seeks to create a conducive business-friendly climate for its citizens especially business people.
Monrovia, Liberia. It has come to the attention of the legitimate Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia (PATE) that criminal action of impersonation and gross disrespect to the organization bylaws and continuous rebellion by Presley Tenwah.
We want to again remind the general public that Presley Tenwah is not the legitimate chairman of the Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia (PATEL). Presley Tenwah was remove last year august 2017 for malfeasance including the art of distrust where he Presley S. Tenwah criminally change the article of incorporation of PATEL making himself chairman for life.
Monrovia, Liberia – After over 3 weeks of engagements with the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA). The Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia (PATEL) which represent the Liberian business community reach a common ground with the LRA after a 3 hours meeting held at the office of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA). For the pasted three weeks over 41 containers of goods imported to the country was grounded due to very high customs duties, taxes and fees charged by the Liberia Revenue Authority on grounds that most of the products imported by Liberian businesses had limited custom documentation. The duties and taxes charged on 40-foot container with similar goods when from 8,980USD to 21,000USD.
The Acting Chairman of PATEL, Dominic Nimley, has described the Freeport of Monrovia as a slaughter zone for Liberian businesses. He said very high tariffs imposed by the APM terminals as well as double taxation on goods entering the country are unresolved challenges that are gradually killing Liberian businesses.
Mr. Nimley said the Freeport of Monrovia is a slaughter zone for Liberian businesses because its operations are taking most locals out of business. There are new measures that are currently being introduced at the Port that are inimical to the survival of local businesses, he noted.
The Patriotic Entrepreneurs of Liberia (PATEL) has commended President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Executive Order No. 89.
The Executive Order contains intrinsic policy measures that are intended to stimulate economic growth, with emphasis on reducing administrative or compliance cost, business process requirements on concessionaires, including small and medium-sized businesses and the manufacturing sector.
Caesar Morris, IT consultant and chief communications officer of PATEL, said though the organization is in serious crisis, they have succeeded to a large extent in the organization’s advocacy.
Every year, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry host its flagship program, the Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (MSME) Conference and Trade Fair to provide a platform for small business owners to showcase their products and services. The conference presents an opportunity for small business owners to converge in one place and engage in exchanges aimed at developing the MSME sector in Liberia.
Kindly share this information with your members who are interested in participating. Registration is done via this link: https://www.pennwellregistration.com/registration/attendee/locale/en-US/conference/716/login. The earlier you register, the better your chances of attending. Let me know if you face problem in the registration process.
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Friendly it’s a sad experience and I’m so disappointed that detractors, pay agents are able to perpetuate evil against law abiding, peaceful citizens in a nation like Liberia. Simply put, I’m being harassed and destroy by Presley Tenwah and his pay agents. The truth will come out in court and I will be vindicated of all charges of their evil conspiracy against me.
I was charged for Forgery, criminal coercion and harassment. Please note, there is a big difference from being charge for a crime and being guilty or sentenced for a crime. Those charges are base on false claims made up by Presley Tenwah to destroy my reputation.