Jun 10, 2022, 11:41 AM
The Gambia Immigration Department (GID) has concluded a 5-day training for 20 of its senior officers on Diplomatic Etiquettes and Protocol Practices.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony, chairman of the organisation, Haruna Bah explained that the organisation has spent D48, 250 dalasis to purchase the items, noting that the donation is part of their efforts in complementing government efforts in the fight against covid-19.
Mr. Bah called on Gambians to abide by Ministry of Health and WHO recommendations to ensure a quick defeat of covid-19 in The Gambia.
Penda Baldeh and Fanta Jawla both hailed the organisation for its timely support, saying the generosity will go a long way in helping their families.
Penda Baldeh used the opportunity to call other NGOs to emulate OAWCG in providing similar assistance to Gambian communities.
Alkalo Hamidu Saidy warned people of Kerewan and Gambians that the pandemic is real and they must abide by the WHO and Ministry of Health guidelines and regulations.
Dealers in second hand clothing in the country have added their voice to current global pandemic wreaking havoc to global economies. It is a fact that many Gambian households largely depend on second hand clothing, as it serves as a perfect enterprise; being cheaper and more durable compared to some ‘ready-made’ clothes.