Indian Hardware Technology opens in Gambia

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Secretary General and head of civil services Ebrima Camara, has led the inauguration of Indian Institute of Hardware Technology (IIHT) along Kairaba Avenue, over the weekend.

The ceremony was graced by officials including Halifa Sallah, former agriculture minister, seaport customs manager, managing director of Reliance Financial services, among others.

In his inaugural statement, Mr. Camara outlined government firmed commitment in its efforts to bring development to the doorstep of every Gambian, describing the coming of the new Company as a step in the right direction and should be cherished by all Gambians.

According to him, coming of the IT training centre in The Gambia will help government to derive maximum benefits from ICT.

He said the advent of the institute in The Gambia emanated from the vision of a Gambian expatriate Ousman Bah through the collaboration with his Indian partners.

According to SG Camara, Gambia government is aiming high and is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that happiness is brought to the doorsteps of every Gambian.  “We are a government in high hope and with strong expectation that Gambia will soon become country that everyone want it to be. My Government will pursue and undertake the necessary reforms to put us on a sustainable pathway of growth and development.”

He thanked Ousman Bah and his partners for choosing to establish physical presence in The Gambia, saying, “I am confident that you would deliver the full services in line with your objectives.” He said Gambia government cherishes their coming to participate to create difference and produce impact in the lives of Gambians.

Author: Fatoumatta Komma