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President Adama Barrow enrolled onetime alienated region to the services of the National Electricity Company. The Gambia, Senegal, Guinea and Guinea Bissau will draw energy from a capacity of 368 megawatts from different dams in West Africa.
Re-export trade among ECOWAS members is encouraged by 'good laws', but what is a law when implementation is faced with bottlenecks? While the subregion is witnessing more intergrative political coinage between Gambia with it's neighbours including Senegal, Mali and Guinea, the transaction industry is becoming more complex to manage.
A Region Divided By Politics Is Slowly Heading To Unity. Hopes Were On The New Government But Not Without The Old Juice.
Banjul, Gambia • Current Affairs • February 7 @ 12:00am
Military Troops By The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) are still in enforcement of the transitional mandate of the current president of the Gambia. From a short term contract after the fall of a 22-year rule characterised by brutality under exiled former president Jammeh, the... Read more