May 11, 2020, 1:23 PM
Tourism and Culture Minister Hamat N.K Bah, last Wednesday launched the UNESCO Resiliart Teleconference Project.
The presentation of the report brought together hundreds of Nigerians at Faji Kunda Agricultural Center.
Speaking to this reporter shortly after presenting the report, Hon. Akeem Abudu, President Concern Nigerians thanked all Nigerian ethic communities in The Gambia for attending the event.
“I did not face too many challenges since I came to office. Instead, we have achieved a lot, among which is recognition by the Nigerian High Commission in Banjul as umbrella body for Nigerians in The Gambia,” he said.
He added that their other achievements include facilitating immigration officers from Nigeria to The Gambia and issue new passports to Nigerians whose passports had expired.
He further said that they will also look at issues of permits for their residents, as well as other sectors and areas for the welfare of Nigerians residing in The Gambia.
The National Council for Civic Education on Thursday began the orientation of Youth Branch of the Inter Party Committee (YOBIPC) on voter education in Diabugu Batapa, Upper River Region.
State House, Banjul, 5th June 2022: His Excellency, Adama Barrow joined his colleagues in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, for the 6th ECOWAS Extraordinary Summit on June 4th, 2022.
At least thirty personnel of the Gambia Armed Forces recently graduated after undergoing a two-week training on core competency in peacekeeping operations on United Nations Missions.