11 January 2013

Gambia: Trade Minister Felicitates President Jammeh

The minister of Trade, Industry, Regional Integration and Employment has felicitated the president of the Republic, His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya Jammeh on the New Year.

In a message sent to State House, Kebba Touray on behalf of his staff and family wished the president and the First Family good health and happiness in 2013.

The message reads:

On behalf of the staff of the Ministry of Trade, Industry, Regional Integration & Employment, my family and on my own behalf, I extend to you Sir and to the entire First Family best wishes, good health and happiness for 2013 and beyond. I pray for your continued leadership of our dear country and I further pray that the Almighty Allah continue to grant you the wisdom, fortitude and ability to realize your noble vision for the Gambia, the ECOWAS Region and indeed for Africa.

Your Excellency, we in Trade, Industry, Regional Integration & Employment wish to renew our commitment in pursuing our mandate to establish a competitive trade, business and investment environment for the creation of Jobs, Income and Wealth for our peoples.

Finally, may the Almighty Allah continue to shower His blessings on the Gambia and its people and to protect our peace and tranquility forever. I also take this opportunity to pray for peace in our sub-region especially for early return to normalcy in Mali and Guinea Bissau.

Please accept Mr. President, the assurances of my highest considerations and loyalty.

Kebba S. Touray

Minister

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