Cabinet of the Gambia

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The Cabinet of the Gambia is the chief executive body of the Republic of the Gambia. The Cabinet is made up of the President, the Vice President, and the Secretaries of State.[1] The Cabinet has ratified neither the Basel Convention nor the Bamako Convention to regulate hazardous waste in the country.[2] Fatou Bensouda once served as chief legal advisor to the cabinet.[3]


Portfolio Minister
Cabinet ministers
Yahya Jammeh
Vice President
Minister of Women's Affairs
Isatou Njie-Saidy
Minister of Presidential Affairs
Secretary General
Head of the Civil Service
Sulayman Samba
Minister of Planning Burama Keba Sagnia
Minister of Foreign Affairs Neneh Macdouall-Gaye
Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs Abdou Kolley
Minister of Tourism and Culture Benjamin A. Roberts
Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology Aboubacar Senghore
Minister of Basic and Secondary Education Fatou Lamin Faye
Minister of Health and Social Welfare Omar Sey
Minister of Agriculture Ismaila Sanyang
Minister of Fisheries Lamin Nyabally
Minister of Trade, Industry, Regional Integration and Employment Abdou Jobe
Minister of Environment, Climate Change, Water and Wildlife Pa Ousman Jarju
Minister of Petroleum Sira Wally Ndow-Njie
Minister of Energy Edward Saja Sanneh
Minister of Lands and Regional Government Momodou Lamin Gibba
Attorney General
Minister of Justice
Mama Fatima Singhateh
Minister of Information and Communication Infrastructure Sheriff Bojang
Minister of the Interior Ousman Sonko
Minister of Youth and Sports Alieu K. Jammeh
Minister of Transport, Works and Infrastructure Bala Garba Jahumpa
Also attending Cabinet meetings
Secretary to Cabinet Noah Touray

References: [4]


  1. Alan Doig; Stephanie McIvor (2004-11-26). "Transparency International Questionnaire: The Gambia 2004" (PDF). Middlesbrough: National Integrity Systems. p. 15. Retrieved 2011-05-17.
  2. "Sanitation Country Profile: Gambia" (PDF). United Nations. 2004. Retrieved 2011-05-17.
  3. "2005 Women PeaceMakers Conference - Global Women's Court of Accountability". Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice. 2008. Retrieved 2011-05-17.
  4. "The Cabinet". State House. Retrieved 12 December 2015.
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