Basse student travels to Banjul to attend Chinese language classes the same day
Dec 4, 2012, 10:00 AM
According to Jarga E. Gaye, the NAPSA chairperson leadership is a very important issue.
Tomorrow’s leadership is not built tomorrow but today, he says, adding that adhering to this fact will help the participants positively in nation building.
He therefore challenged them to deliver back to their communities, saying he believes they will not only be leaders in crime making but also in ones that will contribute immensely to the development of The Gambia.
He also said he is of the hope that the partnership between them and the scouts will continue to enhance development.
Muhammad Camara, regional commissioner, said that during the leadership training they had earlier seen to it that they also should deliver back to their subjects who are also leaders in their various organizations.
While urging them to take the training seriously, he said their aim is to train them into responsible leaders.