Mar 10, 2021, 12:37 PM
The Ministry of Health has issued a press release imposing a three thousand dalasi charge on every intending traveler requiring a covid-19 test certificate effect from 11 March 2021.
In his farewell Hon. Ndure thanked the Almighty for guiding him throughout his mission. He added that when President Adama Barrow appointed him, he told him to consider President Sall as his president because the two nations are one and share a lot in common.
“No one can separate The Gambia and Senegal because we are two nations of the same people,” he stated.
According to him, the Senegambia Bridge could not be realised since Jawara and Senghore era but the two governments were able to do within a short space of time in recent times.
He thanked the Senegalese government and people for their hospitality.
Momodou Sabally, onetime secretary general and head of the Civil Service in the past government, has hit at Madi Jobarteh, one of the most vocal human right defenders in the country, for not showing up during the planned protest on Saturday against the killings of George Floyd and Modou Lamin Sisay, who both died last month at the hands of U.S. police.
After the confirmation of five new cases of coronavirus (covid-19) in The Gambia, Health Ministry is urging the general public not to be complacent with the issue of covid-19.
As political parties in the country prepare towards the December 4 presidential election, Ousainou Darboe, the leader and standard-bearer of the opposition United Democratic Party (UDP) has urged UDP supporters to always maintain peace and stability and avoid any forms of violence ahead of the election.