6 December 2012

Liberia: Bongani Jewels to Be Introduced in Liberia

A Danish founded Ghanaian brand, Bongani Jewels is bringing its exclusive designs to the Liberian market. Bongani Jewels has become the number one jewelry brand in West Africa. It is associated with high quality and impressive as well as unique design.

All designs are handmade in Accra, Ghana where the production of the items is checked personally by Danish Chief Executive Officer and Designer, Sebastian Thempler. Sebastian is in Liberia to introduce his brand for the first time.

Speaking in Monrovia, the local rep for Bongani Jewels, Mr. Musa Shannon of Futuro Group Inc said the launch of Bongani Jewels' product will take place in Monrovia today.

The products, he said have been arranged to suit the Liberian market by providing affordable prices so as to attract buyers. Mr. Shannon is the sales agent of Bongani Jewels in Liberia.

He said they have deployed the needed mechanism gear towards the immediate publicity of the product in Liberia.

He praised the designer for accepting the offer to come and launch his product in Liberia.

He noted that the products are currently on sale in Monrovia "For me it is a good thing to have Bongani Jewels in Liberia. This product is all around Africa and if Liberia will experience this opportunity, it is a plus for a country where several different nationals pouring in on a daily basis," Shannon added.

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