In a press release published below, The Gambia’s police chief reminded the public that persons selling liquor in public places shall obtain license.
Read the police chief’s press release in full.
The office of the Inspector General of Police wishes to bring to the attention of the general public that persons selling liquor in public places shall obtain a licence as prescribed under the LIQUOR LICENCE ACT CAP 92:02 VOLUME 14 LAWS OF THE GAMBIA.
Therefore, only the hours prescribed by law shall be recognised as operational hours for selling and consumption of liquor at public places. Persons would not be allowed to sell or consume liquor at any public premises outside the general licensing hours.
Furthermore, the office of the Inspector General of police hereby informs the general public that persons involved in the trade of old metals need to obtain a licence from the office of the Inspector General of police prior to the establishment of their business(es). This is in accordance with the requirement made under SCHEDULE FORM A SECTION 3 (1) 1 of the OLD METAL DEALERS ACT, CAP 91:02 VOLUME 14 LAWS OF THE GAMBIA.
They are equally advised to keep entry (ies) of purchases and receipt of their transactions as authorized under FORM B SECTION 3 (2) of the same act.
The cooperation of the general public is highly solicited.
Superintendent David Kujabi.
For: Inspector General of Police