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GT Bank, FI Bank testified before panel of the Jammeh's resources theft inquiry

Managing directors of Guaranty Trust Bank and First International Bank has appeared before a commission of inquiry.

The Gambian government launched the inquiry last month to probe into financial dealings of its former President Yahya Jammeh.

Bolaji Ayodele and Momodou Musa testimonies were in relation to the Alhamdulilah Petroleum and Mineral Company (APAM) that, according to sources was involved in sand mining.

Commission of Inquiry into shady financial dealings of ex-dictator Jammeh told of mining money theft

BANJUL, Aug. 11 (The Gambia Daily News), The Gambia's Commission of Inquiry set up to look into the financial dealings of the former president Yahya Jammeh has commenced its first public hearing on Thursday with heavy allegations on financial transactions as four managers of corporate institutions testified.

The Chairman of the Commission Surahatta Semega Janneh said the purpose of conducting the hearing public is to ensure transparency.

World Bank supports the Gambia Electricity Support Project

The government of The Gambia has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Gambia Electricity Support Project.

It is intended that part of the proceeds will be applied toward payments under the contract for the replacement and rehabilitation of damaged equipment at the Kotu Power Station.

The National Water and Electricity Company limited (NAWEC) now invites sealed bids from interested bidders for:

Lot 1: Installation and commissioning of 11kV Switchgear Equipment in Kotu A Power House.

APCL - Barrow Government Objectives and Agreement with APCL

The article is further proof that Gambia, under President Barrow, wants both to comply with international agreements and more or less must. Gambia wants to participate in the international finale and gain influence and be part of international politics. They want to show that they are an attractive democracy. All steps taken by Barrow government since its entry into the same direction = showing the world that Gambia is trustworthy and democratic, wanting to be part of the international community (which

Starting a business in The Gambia

It is obvious that government and its agencies cannot provide employment for all Gambians, therefore small to large businesses are needed to fill the gaps and provide competitive services and prices for everyday goods and services. Recently, a world survey of countries showed Gambia at the bottom of the pile for creating businesses and maintaining it. 

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