The platform was launched Monday, April 4, 2022 at the Monrovia City Hall.
The service seeks to carry out a mobile money transaction and other related services including payment of school fees, hall rental service, as well as payment of taxes among others through the.
Giving an overview of the platform, the Chairman of eWallie, Mr. Abdullah Kamara, said the service is a local project that aims to promote digital monetization.
He urged Liberians and owners of businesses support and and embrace the initiative.
The Chairman further encouraged market women and other business houses to take advantage of the service, which according to him, will help alleviate the long queue at the banks.
"With this platform, you will not have to stand in queue at the various banks again or pay huge transportation cost to carry out banking transactions," added Kamara.
In remarks, City Mayor Jefferson Koijee apreciated MCC staffs for the innovation.
Mayor Koijee urged Liberians to subscribe to the service in the sense of promoting the "Liberianization Policy. "
"Even President George Weah is aware of the eWallie service and will ensure that he gives his support to it," said the MCC boss.
Among other things, Koijee vowed to ensure that his staffs are taken for a five-day retreat out of the city to be trained on the use of the service.