Sep 28, 2020, 11:09 AM
Senegal is set to import 800, 000 rams from neighbouring countries for the Ei-dul Adha, an annual Muslim feast locally called ‘Tobaski’, which is just a month ahead, the Senegalese media reported yesterday, quoting a press release from the government.
Meanwhile, the Senegalese Ministry of Health yesterday reported 132 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 6, 545; 116 deaths and 2, 263 under treatment.
At least 6 female nurses from Serign Abdoul Aziz hospital in Tivaoune have tested positive for the virus.
The managing director of the National Water and Electricity Company Limited (NAWEC), Nani Juwara has stated that The Gambia government through its strategic electricity subsector roadmap is designed to provide universal access to electricity by 2025.
In what has become an annual affair, The Gambia Press Union (GPU) on Friday presented awards to Gambian journalists who made tremendous contributions in their respective fields of endeavour at a colourful ceremony held at Pencha Mi Hall at Paradise Suites.