Mayor Koijee, New Ghanaian Envoy Discuss Expanding Cooperations During Courtesy Visit

Monrovia City Mayor Jefferson Tamba Koijee received in audience the new Ghanaian Ambassador accredited to Liberia, Kwabena Okubi-Appiah on Tuesday, August 3, 2021, at the Monrovia City Hall.

Their discussions focused on various issues of mutual interest aimed at working closely with the City Government of Monrovia through the Ghanaian Embassy to expand cooperation and strengthen partnership.

Warmly welcoming Ambassador Kwabena Okubi-Appiah, Mayor said he was very heartened by the decision taken to make the visit. He spoke fondly of their official partnership. He promised that the City Government of Monrovia will work closely with the Ghanaian Embassy in Liberia to foster genuine partnership and cooperation.

Mayor Koijee thanked the Ghanaian government through Ambassador Kwabena Okubi-Appiah for its continuous support and contribution to the government and people of Liberia as well as assistance the Ghanaian government has provided to Liberia’s recovery and development especially during the period of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ambassador Kwabena Okubi-Appiah expressed his gratitude to the City Government of Monrovia for its support and effort towards the strong bond of friendship with his country Ghana over the years. He encouraged that the two sides should join hands to promote partnership and cooperation to a new level.

Both Mayor Koijee and Ambassador Kwabena Okubi-Appiah committed to promote partnership between the City Government of Monrovia and Ghana through its Embassy in Liberia.

Ambassador Kwabena Okubi-Appiah used the time to present a gift package to Mayor Koijee.

Mr. Franco Grimes, Chief of Office Staff to the Mayor, Ms. Laura Gibbidon, Sales and Marketing Manager formed part of the conversation.

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