May 18, 2020, 1:37 PM
Police in Brikama in The West Coast Region have arrested two individuals in connection with Brikama Market fire incident; The Point has been reliably informed.
Held across five days between 21st October and October 25th, the event took the form of a digital event where Dr. Tangara gave a detailed account of Gambia's efforts in fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Tangara addressed the meeting on 21st October where other speakers included former US Vice President now Presidential Candidate Joe Biden and German Chancellor Angela Merkel as well as former Nigerian President Olesegun Obasanjo.
Celebrating its 10th year, Concordia offers the premier and largest non-partisan platform along the United Nations General Assembly for engaging the most influential leaders in politics, business and social impact on finding innovative and meaningful ways to address the world's most pressing issues.
While the coronavirus pandemic has complicated matters in terms of people converging in-person, Concordia said it's committed to bringing diverse community together in innovative ways to continue 'these essential' conversations.
Some of the most influential world leaders who spoke at the 2019 Concordia summit include former US President George W Bush, former US President Bill Clinton and former President of the European Central Bank Ms Christine Lagarde and Ms Gayle King co-anchor at CBS News.
Issued by the Communication Unit of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Gambians Abroad
The Minister of Transport, Works, and Infrastructure, Bai Lamin Jobe, in a recent interview, spoke on various important ongoing construction projects within the Greater Banjul Area, West Coast Region, including University of The Gambia at Faraba-Banta, the Banjul International Airport and the Banjul roads, sewage and drainage projects.
Dr. Ismaila Ceesay, the coordinator of the Crisis Relief Fund (CRF) which was launched yesterday by Citizens Alliance Party (CAP) has urged the Finance minister to explain to Gambians how the D143 million on covid-19 pandemic was spent.