Gambia: Jammeh vows zero tolerance for corruption
08 Jul 2016

President Yahya Jammeh on Wednesday at State House received the Banjul Muslim elders after the Eid prayers.

He informed them about the recent arrest and dismissal of some government officials.

President Jammeh spoke at length about corruption, and the offences allegedly committed by some government officials.

He first mentioned the GNPC (Gambia National Petroleum Corporation) scandal uncovered last month, which led to the arrest and charging of ten officials, including a former minister of petroleum and GNPC board members.

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