Comium thanks the Gambian authorities for intervening to resolve Comium conflict, as it welcomes investments from Monty Mobile

Comium, who settled fully its pending license fees (2020 and 2021) before their due date, based on PURA’s request, thanked on Wednesday November 24, 2021 The Gambia’s President his excellency Mr. Adama Barrow, its attorney general and minister of justice honorable Mr. Dawda Jallow, its Minister of information and Communication Infrastructure honorable Mr. Ebrima Sillah and the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) represented by its Director General Mr. Yusupha M. Jobe for their efforts, understanding and goodwill to resolve the issues that had loomed over its operation in The Gambia, helping to unblock the majority of the offset operators including Gambia Telecommunications Cellular Company Limited (Gamcel).

The company also stressed that a number of media outlets worked to draw a rift between Comium, PURA, and the Ministry of information and communication but to no affect.

In parallel, Comium as well as its investor Monty Mobile have been working tirelessly to not only provide financial backing to the company but also bring forth investments to the country meant to enhance the lives of the Gambian people.

Investments and technical backup from Monty Mobile will be used to evolve Comium’s current network to the latest cutting-edge technology. These plans were welcomed by local authorities, as they come in alignment with The Gambian’s officials’ goals and objectives to transform the country into a prominent ICT services country.

The deal will allow Comium to bring forth more of its application services running on its wireless network in an attempt to boost the country’s state of productivity, create jobs, and inject The Gambia with investments to accelerate its economy.

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