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SWI-GAM ltd boost GFRS with borehole

Sep 21, 2020, 11:17 AM | Article By: Pa Modou Cham

SWI-GAM Limited recently donated a borehole with the capacity to refill a fire engine within 8 to 10 minutes, concrete spreader machine and other mechanical tools to The Gambia Fire and Rescue Services (GFRS).

SWI-GAM Limited Manager Ebrima Cole thanked the fire and rescue staff for their sacrifice in preventing and responding to fire incidents. He promised to do more in areas of capacity building training for the staff of The Gambia Fire and Rescue Services.

Last month Mr. Cole also donated a fire truck to the GFRS through the Ministry of Interior.

Deputy Chief Fire Officer at GFRS Alhagie Lamin Sanyang who deputized for the Chief Fire Officer thanked Mr. Cole for the donated items and assured him that the materials will be put into best use.

Mr. Sanyang further expressed their desired continuous collaboration with SWI- Gam Limited for a better working relationship. 

In his keynote address Abubacarr Gibba, senior assistant secretary at the Ministry of Interior also thanked Mr. Cole for the benevolent support rendered to GFRS.

Mr Gibba expressed the ministry’s relentless efforts to provide safety and security for the country at all times.

He further thanked President Adama Barrow for his support in creating the enabling environment for peace and security for all.

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