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Liberia: Businessman Assad Fadel Makes Passionate Call to Prioritize Liberian-Made Products



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Monrovia — The Chief Executive Officer of Mano Manufacturing Company (MANCO), Assad Fadel is urging Liberians to patronize Liberian-made products.

According to him, his company has been here since 1969 and has been producing quality products.

“We have to love our own, when we say made in Liberia, we must patronize made in Liberia; because made in Liberia means it is Liberian brothers and sisters who are making the products, we have to be very careful, we have to love our own, there are lots of products coming from outside and they are not of good quality,” he said.

Speaking Saturday, September 10, 2022 during an honoring program organized by the Progressive Market Women Association of Liberia Mr. Fadel expressed gratitude to the organization for recognizing the impactful contributions of his company to the transformation of the country’s business sector.

“I inherited the business from my father. My Father came to Liberia in 1960 as a chemist. When I asked my father what kept him in Liberia, he will tell me that the people in Liberia are very friendly,” he said.

Mr. Fadel said he is a Liberian by choice, stressing that when he interacts with Liberians, mostly those who are engaged in visionary activities, he is always comfortable to collaborate with such a group.

He assured the Progressive Market Women Association of Liberia of MANCO’s fullest support to complete their project.

“We have to understand the gratitude of this group, this is something that is very big, we can even make it bigger,” he said.