Gambia Hotel Association elect Former Minister of Tourism as Chairman

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Gambia Hotel Association elects former tourism minister, Fatou Mas Jobe-Njie as new Chairman

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Gambia Hotel Association elects former tourism minister, Fatou Mas Jobe-Njie as new Chairman

The Gambia Hotel Association has elected Fatou Mas Jobe-Njie as the new chairman of the association.

Jobe-Njie was elected at the Annual General Meeting of the association which was successfully conducted at the Gambia.

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Fatou Mas Jobe comes with a wealth experience having worked in the private sector and headed the marketing department at Standard Chartered Bank, before heading the retail banking of Bank PHB.

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