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26-year-old man makes architectural designs, appeals for support

Dec 24, 2014, 10:38 AM | Article By: Halimatou Ceesay

Swaibou Jammeh, a 26-year-old Gambian living in Wellingara, Tuesday worked into The Point’s office with three architectural designs made out of paper, plywood and cardboard of GRTS Radio, Africa Trade Centre and the World’s best stadium.

Speaking to this reporter, Swaibou Jammeh said the architectural design of GRTS Radio was specially made for GRTS Radio.

He said he would be happy to have an audience with the MD of the radio to show his work to him.

Mr Jammeh said the second design of the Africa Trade Centre is to be used by the whole of Africa, but he would like it to be erected in The Gambia, a peaceful country with a rich history when it comes to trade.

The design for the world’s best stadium is for anybody who wants to have the best stadium in the world, with facilities such as an airport, hotel, supermarkets, salons, car parks, and restaurants among others.

“I want the Gambian people and the world at large to know that I have a talent. I want them to know about my work, appreciate, embrace, use it and support me,” he said.

He further appeal for support from the President, the private and public sectors and individuals who may be interested in his work.

He can be reached at 7223153 or 6848841.