The Daily Observer Company has reopened yesterday Wednesday, June 28th Following its temporal closure over tax arrears.
The news of the reopening is greeted with joy by many especially journalists as they sympathised with their colleagues who would have faced the hardship. The Gambia Revenue Authority shut down the company two weeks ago for owing government tax arrears of D17M.
It is not clear what agreement has been reached prompting the resumption of operations. A total of 105 staff of the company would have been redundant and jobless if the status-quo remained.
Meanwhile, the newspaper believed to be own by exiled former dictator Yahya Jammeh is still running propaganda stories for the erstwhile leader and his APRC Party.
read more about Is Daily Observer owned by Jammeh, Amadou Samba or Baba Jobe?