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eWallie Launches 1st Liberian-Owned
Digital Financial Operation Platform

A newly established digital electronic company eWallie has launched the first Liberian owned digital mobile financial transaction platform to manage daily commercial activities of businesses and individuals in and around the world.
eWallie is a mobile app launched on the Goggle play store or the iPhone app store to aid its customers manage their financial transactions speedily without restrictions to a particular network.
The app according to the director of eWallie inc. works with all mobile GSM companies including orange and Lonestar to perform airtime and data sales, purchasing of basic commodities from local business vendors among other functions.
Mr. Abdullah Kamara noted that the platform also operates through the use of Master Card and visa card to perform international transactions across the borders of Liberia.
“You can use eWallie to control your financial services and payments of salary and other bills,” he said.
He further explained that the platform is been accepted by the Liberian government as the primary medium of service payment at the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), Water and Sewer Cooperation and other relevant government agencies.
Officially lunching the eWallie product over the weekend in Congo town, the acting Chairperson of the Board of directors at the Liberia Telecommunication Authority lauded the management of eWallie for undertaking what she revealed as a great initiative.
Ms. Edwina Zakpa referenced the idea of having a Liberian owned international financial transactions program to what she termed as a means of putting the country in the digital space like other countries around the globe.
According to her, the eWallie platform is now the country’s first salary and bills disbursement medium as the program also accepts remittances to have people around the globe to easily respond to their families and love ones far from Africa.
She challenged every Liberian to take advantage of a Liberian owned business for the promotion of putting the country on the digital revolution for the new Era.
In remarks, both local and international business stakeholders graced the platform saying it’s fast, reliable, transparent as well as good for all services in and out of Liberia.
Some said that eWallie has helped them manage all their financial transactions since its establishment to save, send and move with money easily but not physically as it used to be.

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