prison have received a donation of food provision from “Djapal ma Japu,” a
youth-led association in Serrekunda London corner amounting to 20, 000 dalasi.
Members said the gesture is part of their contribution to community and
The group comprises of young people majority of them engaging in skill works and dedicates their time and resources to provide support to their brothers and sisters who are serving prison terms.
The Association’s adviser Babucarr Gaye said Allah has advised mankind in Holy Qur’an to be helpful to one another but not for popularity, saying the Association’s main target is to serve humanity and the Islamic religion.
Hamadou Musa Njie commended the Association for their help to their imprisoned brothers and sisters, saying everyone can do the same.
Pa Matar Jobe, the acting president of the Association said they started as a small helping Organisation to help communities develop with the aim to improve national development.
He appealed to the government and private sector to support the organisation in their support to fellow young people in prison.