The Gambia Ports Authority (GPA) was established in 1972 as a statutory public corporation with the mandate to operate such port facilities best deemed expedient to the public interest. The Port of Banjul is located on the estuary of the River Gambia 13° 27 minutes north and 16° 34 minutes west, 26 nautical miles from the Atlantic Ocean and its area of jurisdiction covers north from Buniadu Point to the extreme of Cape Point, to the south from the western extreme of Dog Island to the northern extreme of the South Bank of Madina Creek.
The Gambia Ports Authority
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- The Gambia Ports Authority Has Authorized Guaranty Trust Bank (Gtbank) To Facilitate The Collection Of Shore Handling Revenue At The Ports.
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