The president of The Gambia Adama Barrow on Thursday afternoon December 2, 2021 laid the foundation stone for a medical complex dubbed National Emergency Treatment Centre (NETC) situated in Farato, West Coast Region.
According to him, this development is part of his government’s strategy to revolutionaise the country’s health care system to the international standard.
He opined that he envisions a sustainable and strong health sector that would incredibly serve the populace for good.
He also expressed confidence that the medical complex will greatly help reduce congestion and address the compounded challenges faced by the health sector.
President Barrow said: “I want to see every Gambian citizen to live a healthy life. As a result, this complex intends to deliver that.”
He argued that his government is resolved to provide buoyant healthier environment for her citizenry.
“Let us remain focused and work for the development of the country,” Barrow urged Gambians ahead of the presidential election on Saturday December 4.