Apr 12, 2013, 9:56 AM
Jabbi, principal of Brufut Upper Basic School, on Wednesday donated D10,000 to
the Science and Cultural Club of Sukuta Wannsee Basic Cycle School.
Presenting the cash at a ceremony held at the school in Sukuta, the donor, Muhammed Jabbi, said using marijuana in school seriously affects education.
Jabbi advised Sukuta Wannsee Basic Cycle School authorities to change the dress code of girls so they wear trousers.
Receiving the cash, Sambou Kanteh, headmasters of Sukuta Wannsee Basic Cycle School appealed to the Science and Cultural Club and all pupils to take their education seriously.
He said Mr Jabbi was now a member of Sukuta Wannsee Basic Cycle School family.
Mr Kanteh stated that Mr Jabbie has been supportive of the Sukuta Wannsee Basic Cycle School and he applauded him for rending support to the Science and Cultural Club of the school.
Alieu Keita from Sukuta Madina, appealed to students to take their education seriously and advised the girls to sideline boys and always concentrate on their education.
Keita added that the vice president of the former government and present government are women, noting that they could also handle that position in the future if they are serious with their education.
In the same vein, Mr Jabbie also gave out D600 to the cleaners of Sukuta Wannsee Basic Cycle School for their tireless efforts in keeping the school premises clean.