Massive preparation are said to be concluding ahead of the historic belt and road, National Beer Festival in Liberia.
The event first of its kind to take palace in Liberia is expected to attract more foreign investors, tourists as well as regional and business partners including Local and international celebrities.
Speaking ahead of the festival upon his arrival in Liberia the Chief Executive Officer of Nyanneh Group of Companies, Wilson Nyanneh said the event will show case the unique culture of Liberia as well as historic touristic sites which will subsequently attract more tourists and investors to see the need to invest in the Country.
” It is time to put Liberia back on the map and this ceremony will do just that”, Mr. Nyanneh assured the media.
He told reporters that the festival is not just about drinking beer as it is perceived in the public rather it will help expose Liberian talents to some of the International guests expected as well as create job opportunities for some of the young people of Liberia.
The ceremony which will be held under the theme: Together, is better for Liberia will begin from December 19-22 in three categories,namely: An international conference, Musical or entertainment and Banquet event and a mini marathon and are expected to bring together nearly 400 hundred delegates each, he added.
He encouraged Liberians to support each other and work harder to ensure they contribute collectively to the rebuilding process of the Country.
He said the private sector is an engine for growth as such it is now time for Liberians to focus on it and let the politicians do the politics and let the business people focus on creating jobs for the masses.
On the side line of his trip the Tsingtao-Liberia CEO disclosed that plans are in the making for the importation of a Thailand Rice in Liberia which he noted is of high international quality.
Liberia is the core Market for the importation of Tsingtao Beer in Africa a big boost first of its kind on the continent something he added can be done more if only Liberians focus and be prepare and ready to change the business climate in the Country and the globe at large.
Plans he disclosed are also in the making Liberia to ship the product to Ghana ahead of the festive season.
” I am under pressure but we are up to the task and will deliver”, he noted.
According to him a team from Thailand will be in the Country next Month while in preparation of the first shipment of about ten containers as a test to the Liberian market.
As the the momentum for the historic beer festival increases, Mr. Nyanneh wants Liberians to be supportive and welcome meaningful endeavors for the betterment of the society.