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LNP, MCC Benefit From Doxxbet’s
Mobiola Phones Value At US$15,000

Christmas arrived too early at the Liberia National Police (LNP) and Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) as Doxxbet-Liberia donates to them 150 Mobiola x5000 cellphones valued at US$15,000.
At the presentation on yesterday December 15, Doxxbet-Liberia Sales Manager, Zwannah Sarnor, said the donation was their way of identifying with the LNP and MCC during the festive season.
As the LNP received 10 cartoons valued at US$4,500 to enhance their communication capacity and Sarnor noted, “We have come to make this donation to the LNP as we celebrate Christmas. We want to thank you for the level of peace and security we continue to enjoy at our business centers.”
“This is also in recognition of the professional work you do in the fighting crimes over the years,” said Sarnor.
Receiving the phones, LNP’s Inspector General, Patrick Sudue thanked Doxxbet for the kind gesture and added that the timely donation will be used for the intended purpose.
“This donation comes at the best time we are about to celebrate Christmas and New Year. When you drive throughout the streets, you see men and women deployed to ensure our citizens celebrate in peace,” he bragged.
“I also want to use this occasion to call on well-meaning Liberians and other philanthropists to emulate the good example of the Doxxbet Liberia. Orange and Lone Star Cell companies gave us additional numbers to make our job easy and these phones will be used at the various depots and zones,” Sudue assured while flanked by the Deputy Inspector General Sadatu Reeves.
While at the MCC, Doxxbet gave 17 cartoons about 350 pieces valued at US$10,500 and stated, “We have come to identify with the MCC, especially our mothers and sisters, who keep the streets clean and green everyday beginning in the morning hours. We want them to remember Doxxbet during this Christmas.”
“This is also part of our social corporate responsibility to Liberia. We are the number one sports betting company in Liberia and we thought to give something back to our people,” added Sarnor.
Receiving the phones, MCC’s Director General for Internal Operations, Caine Prince Andrews, thanked Doxxbet and promised to give it to the beneficiaries emphasizing, “Your donation will go to those it is intended for. This is an important donation because I come from the development background. This is what we call the 4Ps–public private people partnership.”
“We want to thank you for thinking about our mothers, sisters and brothers, who wake up early in the morning to clean the streets. You couldn’t have remembered them in a better way than giving them these important phones,” said Andrews.
Doxxbet, the official sponsors of the Liberia Football Association awards, signing a three-year contract valued at US$100,000 in August 2020, was registered in Liberia in 2012 and it operates legally as it is licensed and regulated by the Liberia National Lotto Authority.
The international bookmaker established in 1994 in Malta is also one of the sponsors of the National County Sports Meet in Liberia and is partnering with Liberian businesses to help it grow and improve revenue generation.

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