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P’ZEL Ghana Chop-Bar Employs Liberians

-Buttresses Gov’t’s Pro-Poor Agenda

In a bid to buttress Government’s Pro-poor Agenda, P’Zel Chop Bar 72nd Boulevard has employed 23 Liberians aimed at creating jobs and employing skillful individuals.


The Ghanaian based restaurant is involved with unique services and is on par with other African countries in the sub-region which was established since 2015.

Speaking to a contributor of this paper recently, the Manager, Madam Frances Nagbe noted that the business climate in the country is gradual and was grateful to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the center for employing qualified and skillful Liberians in the restaurant business at her entity.

Madam Nagbe mentioned that Liberians must also be able to invest in the restaurant business.

She said those that are in her employ are trained Liberians who are skillful in performing as waitresses, security personnel, administrator, as well as DJ’S who are helping to boast the economic sector of Liberia.

She stressed that the management of P’ZEL Chop Bar & Restaurant is intending to extend its activities in Nimba and other counties to help implement President George Manneh Weah Pro-Poor Agenda thus creating additional jobs for qualified and competent Liberians in the food industry.

Madam Nagbe said as part of her daily activities, the restaurant is in the business of preparing Dumboy, fufu with bush meat, chicken, vegetable fried rice as well as cow meat amongst others while live band performs to attract customers especially foreign investors entering the country to invest in the economic sector.

She is at the same time calling on Liberians to emulate the example of P’ZEL restaurant by employing ordinary Liberians wanting to promote the Pro-Poor agenda and develop their country.

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