23 January 2013

Gambia: Gamcel Launches Jalokoto Cell Site

Gamcel Thursday launched its Cell Site at Jalokoto Village in Foni, West Coast Region. Gamcel subscribers among others in the neighbouring villages attended the launching ceremony.

Speaking at the event, MaNyima Cham-Njie, the senior marketing manager at Gamcel, said that the launching of the Cell Site was meant to ensure that Gamcel provide it's customers with uninterrupted andaffordable communication. This service, she added, will help the people living around Jalokoto to be able to communicate through the Gamcelnetwork effectively.

She disclosed that in 2013, Gamcel would concentrate in other areas to improve its network. "We have other places were similar development will take place," she further stated.

Jaliba Kuyateh, the Kora Maestro, told the gathering that the Cell Site would benefit the people of Jalokoto and its surrounding villages. "We should give all the necessary support to Gamcel to move it forward for the betterment of all," he urged.

For her part, Awa Sambou Joberteh, the Gamcel senior sales manager, stressed that Gamcel is here to assist people. She said they intervene in many areas namely; health, education, and agriculture among others to assist Gambians.

Ndey Sainabou Jeng, Gamcel promoter and Fatou Sanneh Sanyang echoed similar sentiments.

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