Elixir Global Group, Gambia Credit Dealers Association sign MoU

Friday, November 17, 2017

The management of Elixier Global Group over the weekend signed a memorandum of understanding with the Gambia Credit Dealers Association, at the Exlier Global Group office in Fajara.

The MoU seeks to give more promotion for marketing of Cell power in the community to ease access and reduce cost of travelling or lineup to buy cash power.

Cell power is an innovative cash power vending services that allows you to buy NAWEC Cash power from any Cell power vendors via SMS.

It also allows you to register up to four meters under one mobile number.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Pa Modou Jobe,Chief Executive officer of Exlier Global Group, expressed appreciation at the MoU that both parties agreed to work hand in glove to make the process a reality.

Mr Jobe also expressed gratitude and appreciation to the Gambia Credit Dealers Association for showing a high commitment to the MoU to ensure that the whole process was finalised.

According to Mr Jobe, the process hasbeen ongoing for almost one month, discussing the issue of the MoU to work hands in glove to add the services to the market.

He said after the discussion they all agreed to put hands together and work together to promote CELL Power across the country.

He thanked the Gambia Credit Dealers Association for the interest that they have in cell power, hence their gratitude to them.

He advised the Gambia Credit Dealers Association to continue promoting CELL Power in the market, which would greatly help not only them but the community at large.

Essa Dampha, president of the Gambia Credit Dealers Association, also thanked Exlier Global Group for making the MoU a reality.

He said the importance of education is to gain knowledge and create more jobs for others, adding that such innovation would reduce the rate of unemployment.

He said they should not only depend on government;for the contribution of all in national development was key,the youths are the cream of the society, adding that all of them could not be in office for non- existent white collar jobs.

He thanked the CEO of Elixir Global Group for the trust bestowed on them with assurances to live up to expectation, adding that the Gambia Credit Dealers Association has been on the ground for a year, and would implement the MoU to the latter.

Author: Abdoulie Nyockeh