Nigerian company discloses USD100 million Gambian investment plan

4 May 2006

Nigerian firm West Coast Investment has this week revealed plans to invest at least USD100 million in Gambia’s telecoms sector. A representative of the company met with Gambia’s President Yahya Jammeh this week shortly before announcing the plans to journalists, which include buying a cellular network licence and deploying 57 base stations in the country. According to West Coast, it already has government approval for the project.