Jul 6, 2017, 3:20 PM
Johnson, an employee of Lloyds Bank in the United Kingdom, made these remarks at the weekend in an interview with this reporter in Gunjur, Kombo South.
Johnson said they are ready to render support to young people in Gunjur and its satellite areas and will also contribute towards water sanitation, health, education and sex education.
He added that the group has enjoyed life in Gunjur during their one-week working visit to village as part of the excellent relationship that exists between the people of Gunjur and Marlborough in the UK, saying they are willing to render support to young people in Gunjur.
He also stated that they have learnt a lot during their one-week stay in Gunjur and are really impressed with the efforts of young people in Gunjur, adding that he was optimistic they would continue to give helping hand to them.
Johnson also urged the young people to take their education seriously, saying they are set to support them in Gunjur in their quest to attain their dreams and aspirations.