Jan 31, 2014, 10:16 AM
Speaking at the presentation ceremony held at the Gunjur Kulukochi Youth Development Association Nursery School, the chairman of Kulukochi Youth Development Association, Ousman Bajo, said wakawaka lights were given to compounds and households with no electricity in the area.
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The wakawaka lights were bought by the association from Dance Two Learn as part of efforts at tackling the electricity problem in the area.
Bajo applauded the Gunjur Project for its benevolent contribution towards Gunjur Kulukochi.
He said the lights are solar system and can last for eighteen hours, adding that it would really aid families and households with no electricity in the area.
The public Relations Officer of Gunjur Kulukochi Youth Development Association, Boto Bojang, also hailed the Gunjur Project for its support to the community.
Sarjo Jabang, another member of the association, said Gunjur Kulukochi Youth Development Association “is absolutely exceptional”, adding that the association needs commendation for its “tremendous contribution” to the development of the community.
For his part, Fanta Manneh, representing the women, commended the association for donating wakawaka lights and treated-mosquito bed nets to the families and households in the area.