WANWOSU Enterprises Officially Launched
By Jefferson D. Tweh
The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alliance Motor Corporation, Mr. George E. Haddad has praised the proprietor of WANWOSU Enterprises, Cllr. Johnny Momoh for the significant investment made in the country. Speaking at the formal opening and dedication of WANWOSU Enterprises over the weekend in Brewerville, Montserrado County, Mr. Haddad said Cllr. Momoh has demonstrated his commitment and loyalty in Liberia to have carried on such investment which he believes will provide job opportunities for young Liberians. He then urged others to emulate the good example of Cllr. Johnny Momoh.
Also speaking on behalf of Sherman and Sherman Law Firm, Cllr. Golda A. Bonah Elliott disclosed that the Sherman and Sherman is proud of Cllr. Johnny Momoh and his wife Atty. Helen Momoh for the great investment they have made in the country.
Cllr Elliott said it is satisfactory to see a Liberian engaged in entertainment and hospitality business to meet what seems as a gradual and surging demand in the sector of the Liberian economy.
“Financial commitments, outlays, exertion of physical and mental energies, and mostly important, the dexterous juggle of time between your professional practice at Sherman and Sherman and your entrepreneurial pursuit is a special pride for us,” Cllr. Elliott said.
According to Cllr. Elliott, the purpose of WANWOSU Enterprises entertainment and hospitality needs is not only for the residents of Brewerville, but also to provide job opportunities and build the capacity of the residents of Brewerville, especially young people in the entertainment and hospitality business.
Giving the business plan at the program, the proprietor of WANWOSU Enterprises, Cllr. Johnny Momoh said the WANWOSU Enterprises comprised of hotel, conference room, bar, restaurant, guest house, and workshop room.
Cllr. Momoh said he first established Bar and Restaurant but Cllr. Sherman advised him to keep his money and enlarge the building which he did.
Cllr. Momoh explained that the WANWOSU project started early but due to his illness the project was not completed because he had to travel abroad for medication through the assistance of some philanthropists like Mr. George Haddad.
He said he spent three weeks in Maryland, United States of America where he sought medication and while there, his relatives in the USA became pessimistic about his recovery from his ailment but God above all made him healed.