The Inquirer is a leading independent daily newspaper published in Liberia, based in Monrovia. It is privately owned with a "good reputation".

ALJA Donates To Inquirer Newspaper

The Association of Liberian Journalists in the America (ALJA) on yesterday donated a brand-new acer laptop and a digital recorder to the Inquirer Newspaper intended to enhance the institution’s workings.
With the estimated cash of the items at approximately US$300, the donation according to the ALJA representative is based on the continuous contribution the Inquirer Newspaper continues to make in the media landscape of Liberia.
Presenting the items on behalf of the ALJA, the Association former Vice-president, Pewee Baysah said that ALJA as part of its responsibilities to the media community of Liberia has seen the need to aid the Inquirer Newspaper as means to also encourage the institution’s team to do more in exposing the many ills in government.
According to him, as the country gears towards electioneering period; the work of journalists in Liberia is of more essence and as such, the need to identify with the Inquirer Newspaper who he said continues to provide Liberians with unfolding of national issues despite the many challenges confronting the institution can never be overemphasized.
Mr. Baysah explained further that the laptop and recorder will enhance the work of reporters who go on the field and gather various news stories for publication.
He then thanked the management and staff of the Inquirer for their continuous stride in making sure that the Liberian society gets informed and happenings within the governance of the country.
Receiving the donation on behalf of the Inquirer, the institution’s Acting Managing Editor, C. Winnie Saywah-Jimmy lauded the ALJA team for what she described as a timely gesture that will ease and reduce the burden of the institution’s reporters.
Mrs. Saywah-Jimmy who blamed Editors for the poor performance of reporters in various news rooms pledged the Inquirer Newspaper’s continuous and unwavering supports to ensure that Liberians are abreast with happenings within the country.

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