Gambia’s new Tourism Minister impresses on staff to work together to grow sector

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Abdoulie Jobe, the Gambia’s new Minister of Tourism and Culture has called on the staff of the Ministry to work together as a team to achieve the goals and mission of the institution.

Minister Jobe was speaking on Monday, 25th March 2024 during his first staff meeting held at the Ministry’s conference in Banjul.

“Let us work as a team to achieve our goals. This Ministry is very important. Its contribution to the GDP is between 15 to 20 percent respectively.
My doors are open for the development of this Ministry and the country as a whole,” he said.

Mr. Jobe also took the opportunity to call on the staff to take their work seriously and be punctual at work.
“If I give you an assignment make sure you do it and finish it on time. If you have any difficulties, come back and ask for solutions,” he advised.

He went on to urge the staff for decorum and hard work, saying it is not fair being in the office the whole day without doing anything.

The Minister then talked about the need for staff capacity building, describing it as something relevant to the development of the tourism sector.

In return, the members of staff pledged to work with the new Minister and assured him of their cooperation and readiness at all times.

Cordu L. Jabang-Senghore, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism and Culture chaired the meeting.

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