Aid International; a United Kingdom (UK) based charity in collaboration with
Plymouth Banjul Challenge, Tuesday donated football materials to football clubs
in The Gambia.
Speaking at the presentation, Director of Plymouth Banjul Challenge George Gomez appealed to the beneficiaries to ensure that the materials are responsibly handled.
He thanked Kit Aid International for supporting Gambian sports, saying, “We have been working with Kit Aid International for many years especially in the area of sport”
Adama Bah, a member of the Plymouth Banjul Challenge and coordinator of Kit Aid International said, “We started this project almost five years ago and now came to realize that sport is not well donated in this country.”
Lamin Cham, also a member of Plymouth Banjul Challenge said they have already made a name in terms of supporting sport and its related development projects across the country.
Sulayman Jarra, who spoke on behalf of the beneficiary football clubs thanked Kit Aid International and Plymouth Banjul Challenge for the gesture. “We assure you that the materials will be handed over to the beneficiaries for its purpose.”
Plymouth Banjul Challenge also presented a cheque of D20, 000 to Joint Hands Foundation towards the completion of a maternal theatre project at Brikama Health Centre.
Abdoulie Badjie, who received the cheque thanked Plymouth Banjul Challenge for the support, saying it would help them to complete the project.