FOCUS News Agency -Banjul. Gambia's minister of Trade, Regional Integration and Employment has resigned from his position three weeks after he was appointed, becoming the second minister to tender his resignation in President Yahya Jammeh's 17-year rule, AFP reported.
Abdou Salam Secka, who was appointed on March 20, resigned on "personal and professional grounds", state media GRTS reported Thursday evening.
State media also reported that Jammeh has accepted Secka's resignation in "good faith", while announcing further that sacked minister of Trade, Regional Integration and Employment Abdou Colley has been reinstated at the same position.
Secka could not be reached for comment.