Ansumana Trawalley back as commissioner of Customs
Monday, April 23, 2012
Ansumana Trawalley, a seasoned Customs officer has been re-appointed the commissioner of Customs at the Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA).
Trawalley, who joined the then Customs and Excise Department in 1978, previously served in the same capacity from September 2009 to 9th March 2011. He was later redeployed to the Foreign Service as deputy head of Mission at The Gambia Embassy in Cuba, a position he held till September 2011.
When contacted by the Daily Observer, Trawalley thanked Allah, his parents and President Jammeh for the development. He said: “My special thanks goes to His Excellency the president for once again giving me the chance to serve in this noble institution which is the main provider of funds to the Gambia treasury. I will do my utmost best to live up to expectation with the support of my commissioner general, management and staff of the GRA.”
Trawalley further stated that he expects cooperation from all and sundry in the best interest of the Gambia government. “There will be no compromise in maximising revenue collection for government,” he concluded.
Author: Daily Observer