Modern Bakery opens in Basse

06/09/2011 00:04

Wednesday, June 08, 2011
A modern bakery was  Monday inaugurated along the Mansajang Kunda Highway in Basse, Upper River Region (URR).

The opening of the new bakery, which is owned by one Sacolley Sabuneh, a Spain-based Gambian businessman from Wuli Sankulay Kunda,  was welcomed by residents of Basse and environs, as it will address the high demand for bread especially the type called Senfur.

In an interview with this reporter, Sabuneh described the inauguration of the bakery as timely considering Basse as a growth centre. He disclosed that the bakery can produce more than one thousand breads a day. He expressed optimism that the bakery will be very helpful to the people, considering the fact that the Ramadan is just around the corner. He also said that it will create jobs for some people in the area.

Sabuneh then expressed gratitude to the government under the leadership of President Jammeh for creating the enabling environment for businesses to operate, describing The Gambia as one of the most peaceful countries in the world. He therefore urged other Gambians in the Diaspora to come  home and invest in their country.

He finally informed this reporter of his intention to contribute immensely to the agricultural sector.
 
Author: by Alieu Ceesay in URR

Captioned from the Daily Observer.

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