However, I have observed that they don’t have the problem of traffic jam. The roads in Mauritania are just so wide and many, unlike the Gambia, where you have few major roads and therefore drivers have to spend hours just to cover a little distance. It suffices to say that this has a significant negative impact on the development of the country. A lot of activities are delayed, and so is development.
One of the noticeable achievements the ECOMANSA registered in the Mauritanian visit is the Memorandum of Understanding that it has with the University of Nouakchott. The two schools met and discussed at length matters of importance and benefit for both schools. The two schools converged at The Atlantic Hotel, in Nouakchott, were the press and some professors were also invited to grace the occasion. The documents are expected to be signed soon.
Furthermore, it is a known fact that Mauritania is a dry land and rarely rains.
During our journey there,… 🤔🤔🤔🤔
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MY MAURITANIA EXPERIENCE
Cherno Abdourahman Bah