Liberia Business Registry

We maintain accurate and up-to-date records of businesses operating in Liberia.

Registry General (Ms. Patience B. Randell)

The Liberia Business Registry is a government agency that is responsible for registering and regulating businesses in Liberia. It provides services such as company registration, business name search, and certification of business documents. Its purpose is to maintain accurate and up-to-date records of businesses operating in Liberia and to ensure compliance with laws and regulations.

 

The President of the Republic of Liberia

H. E. Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr

H. E. Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr

President Boakai was the 30th Vice President of Liberia before becoming President. In his new role as president, Joe Boakai has promised a new mindset for the country by rallying Liberians to “Think, Love, and Build Liberia.”

Joe Boakai, in full Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr., was born on November 30, 1944, in Wasonga, Lofa County in northwest Liberia, the 5th of seven siblings, he served as the 30th Vice President of the Republic of Liberia (2006 -2017) in the administration of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa’s first female head of state. He previously ran for President of Liberia in 2017 and lost to former President George Manneh Weah.

Early Life, Education, and Career

The story of Joe Boakai’s rise to national prominence should inspire hope for any African child with courage, determination, faith in God, the spirit of hard work, and dreams.

Born of poor peasants in the remote village of Wasonga in Lofa County, with extended families straddling across artificial borders into Sierra Leone and Guinea, young Joe was, at an early age, determined that he must go to school. He walked more than 300 miles twice from Warsonga to Monrovia in search of his dream to be educated. Along the way, on this journey of an uncertain future, he made stops in various places including Bomi Hills in the west of the country and the American rubber giant Firestone Plantation in Harbel (more than 35 miles from the capital), where he helped his guardian in tapping rubber for livelihood.

Once in Monrovia, and as with many African children of limited means, he bounced from one family home to another until he enrolled at and graduated from the College of West Africa (CWA), one of Liberia’s prestigious secondary schools. Joe Boakai later graduated from the University of Liberia with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.

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