By Nelson Manneh
TAF Africa Global on Saturday 23rd November 2019, held a press briefing on their new estate called ‘Dalaba’ Housing Estate along the Sukuta Jabang Highway.
TAF Africa Global’s newest estate Dalaba Housing Estate, consists of nearly four hundred homes, where every street will be paved with interlocking bricks, solar street lights and a wide variety of other features.
The objective of the Company is to build ten thousand (10,000) homes in the Gambia over the next ten years.
Mustapha Njie the Managing Director and the CEO of TAF Africa Global Company said the Company will celebrate its thirty years of existence in 2020.
‘‘The Dalaba Housing Estate is one of its kind in the Gambia today and we have the aim of building ten thousand homes in the next ten years,’’ he said.
CEO Njie said the TAF annual conference will be a platform where stakeholders will discuss pressing economic and social issues relevant to the growth and development of the country.
“Panel discussion topics will include how the Gambia can better develop its tourism sector, gender and women empowerment as well as utilize information technology to develop our key sectors,” he said.
MD Njie said his passion for youth leadership and development has resulted in the establishment of the TAF Leadership Academy, a year-long leadership training for tertiary level students, to be able to harness their leadership skills.
Ya Bajen Njie the General Manager of TAF said the Dalaba Housing Estate will house 134 families with fenced empty plots and fully developed two to four bedroom homes.
“The infrastructure cost of the Dalaba Estate is over 30 million dalasi and includes interlocking pavement roads, solar lights, water and electricity supply, 1,500 fruit trees and landscaping,” she said; that the Company will work with over 35 contractors 75% of whom are Gambians with 25% non-Gambians from the sub-region.
TAF Africa Global is among the country’s top real estate development Companies catering to the housing needs of Gambians and non-Gambians for the past thirty years.