By Lamin Cham
President Adama Barrow yesterday informed Gambian diasporans, most of them international civil servants that he was impressed by the their sheer demonstration of expertise and dedication, assuring them that the enabling environment is now created for the country to tap all its lost brains over the past 22 years of dictatorship.
Speaking at the on-going 3rd Taf Global Africa Gambia international conference, President Barrow urged the diasporans to come home so that together the great potential of the country can be harnessed to make up for lost grounds during the past regime.
The conference, which brought together Gambian intellectuals from the diaspora heard inspiring speeches by Dr Karamo Sonko, Rene Carayol and Taf CEO Mustapha Njie.
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