Mr. Gamey (left) receiving the registration certificate from Mr. Bangura
Mr. Gamey (left) receiving the registration certificate from Mr. Bangura
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Gamey and Gamey Group, a leading labour management and ADR consultancy firm has opened up a branch in Sierra Leone as part of its expansion drive across Africa.

The move is aimed at extending its services to Sierra Leone for the benefit of organisations and individuals.

The branch has been opened in partnership with TAP Services, a financial and agriculture consultancy firm.

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The new branch which is known as Gamey and TAP Consultancy aims at providing quality human resource and labour management, ADR and general commercial consultancy services.

In line with the arrangements for the new office, John Patrick Bangura, the newly appointed Managing Director of Gamey and TAP Consultancy, has led a delegation from Sierra Leone to present the registration certificate to Gamey and Gamey Group in Accra.

Mr Bangura, after the presentation of the documents, told ADR Daily that TAP Services was happy with the partnership.

Gamey & Gamey Group expands to Sierra Leone

He described the setting up of Gamey and TAP Consultancy as a timely intervention that is required to promote professional labour management and ADR mechanisms in Sierra Leone.

“Sierra Leone is in dire need of such management, human capacity training and ADR services for socio-economic development,” he said.

Touching on ADR, he said it was necessary to promote its increased usage in Sierra Leone especially as the country prepares for elections soon.

He believes the establishment of the new firm would help to create the awareness of using ADR mechanisms to settle disputes.

Mr Austin Gamey, Chief Executive Officer of Gamey and Gamey Group, for his part, described setting up of the new office as a “breakthrough” in the group’s quest to expand across Africa.

When it becomes operational, he explained that Gamey and TAP would work out modalities to expand to The Gambia, Liberia and the United Kingdom.

“We are international in character and practice,” he said.

By Nii Adotey/

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