Jan 11, 2021, 11:05 AM
Senegalese President Macky Sall has exempted the tourism sector and media from paying tax in 2020 and 2021.
Ngiya and her husband Demba Gissay were blessed with 2 girls and a boy.
They thanked the Almighty Allah and staff of Bansang Hospital for their help in ensuring Ngiya delivered without any complication.
They also thanked them for their advice in making sure the babies are put on proper diet and given right medication.
Officials of the hospital meanwhile say they are in the hospital for the health, wellbeing and safety of the public and also advised people especially pregnant women to be visiting clinics and hospitals regularly for proper care and medication.
Doctors thanked Demba and wife for coming to the hospital on time, saying if Ngiya had delivered at home by herself she could have endangered the lives of the babies and herself.
Alkalo of Changai Torro, Abdoulie Waan, expressed delight and thanked the Almighty for the blessings.
However, he said feeding only one baby is a challenge and now three babies and therefore appealed to government, NGOs, philanthropists and anyone who could to assist the woman with the feeding, clothing, medication and other needs of the babies.
The community of Sanyang in the Kombo South District of the West Coast Region (WCR), is currently in an excited mood as the long awaited day finally arrived. The Gambia-Angola Holding Group (GACH) donated 1000 bags of cement to the community for the construction of a new car park for the coastal village.
Prince Ebrahim Sanyang, Kiang Batelling’s SibiKarang Mansa (crown custodian) and great grandson of Mansa Koto (late King Of Kiang), has cautioned anyone against politicisation and political interference into Kiang West National Park, citing that any such move by anyone in The Gambia would be counterproductive and would be doomed for failure.