Director, Corporate Banking & South Directorate, Keystone Bank; Ambassador
Oluwasegun Ibidapo-Obe, Nigerian High Commissioner to The Gambia; Dr. Taiwo
Afolabi (MON), Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group and Saheed Lasisi,
General Manager, Business Development and Strategy, SIFAX Group during a
courtesy visit by the SIFAX Group team on the High Commissioner in Banjul,
Oluwasegun Ibidapo-Obe, has commended SIFAX Group for its planned multi-million
dollar investment plan in The Gambia.
the government of The Gambia to build an inland container depot (ICD), which
will help in decongesting the Port of Banjul and bring a more efficient system
into the country’s port operations.
courtesy visit of the SIFAX Group officials led by Dr. Taiwo Afolabi (MON),
Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group to the Nigerian High Commission in
the Commission’s support in making the new business venture a success, stating
that he and his team are already mobilizing patronage in readiness for the
business take off, which is billed for next year.
that SIFAX Group would be establishing a multi-million dollar business in the
country, adding that such would aid economic integration of the sub-region.
Nigerian company is making waves in the international business circle. I am
even happier that this project is happening during my tenure as the High
Commissioner to The Gambia.
Taiwo Afolabi (MON), Group Executive Vice Chairman, SIFAX Group that they have
done well by investing in this country filled with so many opportunities. I
also want to assure you that the High Commission will be very willing to assist
in making this business enterprise thrive greatly and also make the SIFAX Group
brand a household name in Gambia.”
Commissioner for his kind words, assured that the company will fulfill the
expectations and the confidence of the government and people of the country. “I
want thank you for your warm reception and promised support. I assure you that
we will transform the Gambian economy with our business investments. SIFAX
Group is synonymous with excellent and innovative service delivery and we will
not renege on that,” he said.
taken possession of the land on which it plans to build the inland container
depot in Banjul, Gambia. Contractors and equipment have also been mobilized to
site on the project which is projected for completion by the first quarter of