Jan 20, 2015, 10:14 AM
Mustapha Njie the chairman of Taf Holding Company Limited was on Friday overwhelmed by callers from different parts of the
The programme aired by Ben Television in
A lady caller even explained that when she first saw the
Gambians living in the
Callers were also interested to know more about the guarantee or warranty on the high standard buildings, and also enquired whether non-Gambians were free to buy without any strings attached.
In response, Mr. Njie answered their questions, and emphasized the advantages of buying his properties and the benefits of living in The Gambia as a country.
Mr. Njie also answered questions from those who enquired about the national health system, insurance schemes and location of the properties, and emphasized the importance placed on keeping the environment clean and taking care of customers' queries and enquiries in a professional and dignified manner. His willingness to accommodate potential buyers during their stay in the country for inspecting or purchasing purposes was also emphasized.
Mr. Njie reminded viewers and callers that
People were even more impressed that all houses were ideally located and equipped with modern living rooms and bedrooms, including all other facilities required for a perfect living condition.
Callers were quite excited, and some of them who dealt with Taf Holding before called and congratulated Mr. Njie for a job well done, and further assured other people of the need to purchase the properties with confidence.
Gambians and non-Gambians who spoke to The Point after the programme said that they are proud of the impressive and remarkable work of Taf Holding as a means for not only offering accommodation to diverse groups of people, but equally empowering Africans both at home and in the Diaspora.