Gambia: Women Vendors Call for Bailout to Restart Their Businesses

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 8/01/2021
[Foroyaa] Women vendors at the provincial Lumos (weekly markets) have called for a bailout from the Government and relevant stakeholders in a bid for them to restart their businesses amid post-Covid-19.
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