Alkali Conteh, a member of the Public Service Commission (PSC) is President Adama Barrow’s envoy to Rwanda, this medium can reveal. Conteh left Banjul few days ago for Rwanda. Details of the mission will be disclosed in a subsequent story.
It should be noted that The Gambia can learn a lot from Rwanda, when it comes to infrastructural development. The onetime war-ravaged country is now one of the most developed countries on the continent. This was confirmed this morning, by President Barrow, when he made a sudden visit to the battered roads of Banjul, where construction work to revamp the city’s infrastructure has begun. Barrow said in his speech that if Rwanda and Senegal can develop their cities why not The Gambia. There is more to Barrow’s statement.
As reported earlier, Adama will surprise many folks in Banjul. He has no intention of leaving the Presidency anytime soon. There are seasoned folks around him, advising him as to how to prolong his stay in office.
The Banjul road and sewage project are just the beginning. Similar projects will be extended to the Greater Banjul Area soon.