Foreign Minister receives outgoing UN WFP Representative and Country Director

Oct 6, 2020, 10:57 AM

The Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Gambians Abroad, Dr. Mamadou Tangara, received the outgoing United Nations World Food Programme Representative and Country Director, Ms. Wanja Kaaria Ndoho, in his office in Banjul.

Ms. Kaaria Ndoho was at the Foreign Ministry to bid farewell to the Honourable Minister following the end of her two year stint in The Gambia. Ms. Kaaria will proceed to Cameroon where she will serve as United Nations World Food Programme Representative and Country Director. 

In receiving the outgoing UN WFP Representative and Country Director, the Honourable Minister commended Ms. Kaaria Ndoho for her contribution to the socio-economic development of the country especially in the areas of agriculture, health and education. The Minister wished Ms. Kaaria achieves success in her tour of duty in Cameroon. 

For her part, Ms. Wanja Kaaria Ndoho, expressed thanks and appreciation to the Foreign Ministry for the support rendered to WFP during her tenure. Ms. Kaaria Ndoho said she would live with fond memories of The Gambia and would want to visit Gambia in the nearest future. 

It could be recalled that Ms. Kaaria Ndoho started her tour of duty in The Gambia in August 2018 following presenting her Letters of Credence to the Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Mamadou Tangara.

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