Sep 3, 2020, 12:03 PM
The commander of the Anti-Crime Unit (ACU) of The Gambia Police, Gorgi Mboob’s suspension (administrative leave) has been extended for an additional 14 days as investigations into his alleged torture continue.
Under this contract, PACE&GAMECS, which is a joint venture between Saudi Arabian and Gambian engineering consultancy firms, will provide detailed designs, pre-tender, and pre-contract services for a period of 7 months. Additionally, the team will supervise, manage, and monitor the execution of the 14 months road construction project. The Joint Venture partnership shows the commitment to promoting local content in all the OIC related projects in order to create employment and build local capacity.
The recruitment of PACE&GAMECS is the culmination of a very competitive process involving Six (6) sets of Saudi and Gambian engineering companies. Correspondingly, it marks the beginning of the pre-construction phase of the 20 strategic roads identified for construction across the Greater Banjul Area.
Once completed, these key and strategic roads will decongest and reduce pressure on major highways, improve the urban outlook of the country as well as facilitate easy and fast movement of people, goods, and services in the country.
OICGambia would like to reassure the public that it remains resolute in its commitment to delivering all the priority projects in a timely fashion, despite the challenges posed by the COVID19 pandemic. It would delight the public to know that the organisation and its partners have put in place robust risk management measures in order to mitigate challenges posed by the virus outbreak and time factor.
Havana, Jan 18 (Prensa Latina) The Government of Cuba ratified the will to strengthen ties with its nationals residing abroad, through an irreversible process that is constantly being updated, reported an authority from the Foreign Ministry.
Lawyers in the ongoing trial of former officials of NIA have argued on whether the court can impose Legal Aid (NALA) on Baboucar Sallah, Tamba Masireh and Lamin Darboe who told the court they don’t want to be represented by NALA.
Hon. Hamat N.K. Bah, the Minister of Tourism and Culture and Madame Salla Fanta Fangni Camara, the Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Guinea signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance bilateral relations between the two countries in the field of Tourism.