Gambia: GID Registered D82 Million Revenue in 2012

The Gambia Immigration Department (GID) has revealed that it generated over D82M in revenue in 2012. ASI Ensa Jawara, the public relations officer of GID, made this revelation to the Daily Observer during an interview at his office at the GID head office in Banjul.

He said the money was made from issuing passports, identity cards, visa clearances, naturalization and alien cards among others. He acknowledged this was achieved under the dynamic leadership of Buba A. Sagnia, the director general of Immigration; and the Ministry of Interior.

ASI Jawara further acknowldged the teamwork nurtured by all GID units countrywide in gathering such a huge revenure in 2012. He called on the public to work closely with the GID to enable it achieve its aims and objectives in the drive to contribute in actualising the country'sVision 2020 blueprint.

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