Youth Forum: Young people hail Barrow’s developmental plans

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The young people of the country have hailed the developmental plans of the president of the Republic of The Gambia, H.E. Adama Barrow as thousands descended to McCarthy Square to celebrate 53 years of nationhood on Sunday.

President Adama Barrow, while addressing the gathering during the celebration said that his government has made lot of improvements since he came to power a year ago.

He said Gambians have ushered a New Gambia into a world of hope, while they continue to preserve the freedom and the dignity of the people. He went on to urge Gambians to continue to nurture the spirit of unity in building the New Gambia.

“Peace is priceless that is why my government is doing everything possible in safeguarding the peace of this country so as to achieve my government’s developmental agenda to the right part,” he said, adding that Gambians can only continue to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere if they can grace their diverges.

Speaking in an interview with The Point Newspaper, one Alfusainey Darboe, expressed delight for witnessing and being part of another independence celebration, adding that it is very good to hear every president talking about his/her developmental goals, which he said The Gambia is not an exception.

He added that, every Gambians should be ready to join hands with the president in making The Gambia a dream country for everyone.  He added that President Adama Barrow has a strategic developmental plan which all Gambians should be part of.

For her part, Nyima Saidykhan, also hailed President Barrow’s aim and ambition in taking The Gambia to another level, noting that Barrow is going to be a leader that every Gambia will love and cherish as a result of kinds of developmental plans he has for the country

Yaya Ceesay, said that the Barrow-led government will have so much to offer for Gambians and non-Gambians alike, adding that now the country has seen an improvement in the energy sector in which some regions enjoying 20-24 hours electricity supply.

Author: Arfang M.S. Camara
Source: Picture: President Adama Barrow