Gambia: Fisheries Minister Visits Majilac Fishing Funding

The minister of Fisheries, Water Assets and Nationwide Meeting Issues on Monday visited the Majilac Fishing Funding Firm restricted to get firsthand details about the Gambian personal fishing firm.

The go to was meant to get firsthand data from all establishments working within the fisheries sector to boost improvement.

Talking to journalists on the fishing firm, Musa Drammeh, minister of Fisheries expressed impression of the Gambia’s fishing firm. “With what I heard from the fisheries observer and what I’ve seen on the bottom, the corporate is doing very properly.”

He stated the Fisheries Ministry will give most assist to all Gambians who’re investing within the fishing trade to boost improvement within the sector.

He suggested Gambian youth working within the fishery trade to be vigilant and to make sure international buyers are exploitative within the sector.

Minister Drammeh tasked Fisheries observers to make sure buyers within the trade promote their catch within the nation, saying promoting Gambian fish in a foreign country is unacceptable.

Omar Abdullah Jagne, CEO of Majilac Group, described the visiting of the minister to his firm as encouraging. He stated: “It’s at all times encouraging if a citizen making scarifies and contributing to nationwide improvement to be recognise by the chief and the actual minister.”

Underlining the challenges Majilac Fishing Funding is dealing with, CEO Jagne stated the corporate doesn’t have skillful Gambians to function the fishing troiler, noting he has employed international captains which he stated is dear.