GRTS goes satellite on Monday
Friday, May 22, 2009
speaking on the occasion, Yankuba Touray, the secretary of state for Fisheries, Water Resources and National Assembly Matters, who also doubles as the APRC national mobiliser, disclosed that The Gambia Radio and Televison Services (GRTS) will go on Satellite this Monday.
SoS Touray also announced that The Gambia government has allocated over D5M for Gunjur water project, revealing further that another garden project is in the offing for women and youths of the area. According to SoS Touray, the garden project, which includes a borehole, is estimated at 12 Million dollars.
Touray also warned the people of Gunjur against illegal juvinile fishing, which he described as a punishable offence. Other speakers at the meeting included, Sheriff Ajay Janneh, Chief of Kombo South, Alh Sulayman Touray Alkalo of Gunjur, Ajaratou Ousman Jallow, lady councillor, Gunjur Ward, and Alhagie Abdoulie Kinteh, who all appealed for the construction of a car park, market, and the provision of vehicles for the police and the Army in Kombo South.