in Serrekunda, is the main roundabout which is at the
end of Kairaba Avenue
going south east and is named after the clinic there.
It is the Gambia's equivalent of Piccadilly Circus without
the water fountain but with 2 sculptures: The first
is of a palm-wine tapper located in the middle of the
roundabout and the second is of 2 school children holding
text books with is located behind the Youth Monument
Bar & Restaurant just in front of the church and
Gamtel's spiral staircase. Nearby is also the Standard
Almost at all times of the day it bustling with commuters,
taxis, private cars, cyclists as well as street traders
offering bootleg DVDs for around £2, fruit sellers and
general layabouts and chancers.
Traffic lights at the road leading on to the Banjul
/ Serrekunda Highway now regulate the traffic there
instead of the police. However, there are huge tailbacks
from 4 pm onwards as people exit the capital on their
way back home to the Kombos.