Two Brothers Bar Opens; Owners Say It’s Meant To Create Job Opportunities

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Two Brothers Entertainment Bar, situated along the Jalloh Shop intersection, Ballah community, district#3, Monsterrado County, has opened, with the owners emphasizing the need to create job opportunities, especially for the idled youth.

   Speaking recently following the opening of the bar, James D. Kessele, one of the proprietors, told the Hot Pepper that the establishment of their entertainment center was meant to buttress government’s effort in creating employment opportunities for Liberians.

   Ballah Community comprises of majority young people, many of whom are jobless, thus engaging in sinister practices within the community.

   In addition to the new establishment, James Kessele and his brother, Augustine Sukoboy Keemah, operate one of the biggest packing lots within the Ballah Community.

   According to Kessele, a plan is underway to construct a modern guest house in the district, as their objective is to create as many jobs as possible for their fellow Liberians.

   Kessele stated that they are concerned with the impact they can make on their society and not what the society can do for them.

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