Yesterday, the Gambia Immigration Department said that in 2022, 190,269 Gambians left the country via land, sea, and air.
In contrast, in the year under review, 180,700 Gambians arrived in the country, according to GID.
During a press conference to discuss its revenue performance and migration flow in 2022, the GID made this disclosure.
In addition, Chief Superintendent Karalang Jarju, the officer in charge of statistics, informed the presser that 743,469 people will leave The Gambia in 2022, while 570,694 people will enter the country through land, air, and sea.
In 2022, 190,269 Gambians left the country, or 15.49 percent of all travelers, and 180,700 Gambians arrived, or 15.49 percent of all travelers.
According to OC Jarjue’s explanation, studies, business, and the search for better opportunities are the primary reasons why more Gambian people are leaving the country.