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Jan 27, 2011, 9:47 AM
Omar Bun Hatab Arabic School Saturday held it graduation and prize-giving ceremony at the school grounds in Kembujeh Madina village in the Kombo Central district of the West Coast Region.
Speaking on the occasion, the proprietor of the school, Alhagie Mustapha Jatta Demba, said the school was established to promote and propagate Islam.
He thanked the principal of the school, Salieum Suwaro Darboe, and his staff for their dedication and commitment towards the success of the school.
He said the school is associated with Munazamat Al Dawa Al Islamia, which has contributed immensely towards the development and success of the school.
The principal of the school, Saliem Suwaro Darboe, commended the proprietor of the school for establishing the school.
He expressed delight in the performance of the students in the final examination, and also hailed the teachers for their contribution towards the students’ exceptional performance in the examination, with the majority of them coming out with flying colours.
The Director of Munazamat Al Dawa Al Islamia, Omar Jarasuba, thanked the proprietor of the school and the principal for their contribution towards the development and success of the school.
Jarasuba also thanked President Yahya Jammeh for creating a conductive environment for them to operate in the country.
The guest speaker, Abdoulie Nget, challenged the students to engage in research to gain adequate knowledge, and to respect their parents.
Nget also prayed for peace and unity to prevail in the country.
The school head-boy, Malang Kekoto Kambaye, thanked the staff for their efforts towards their educational career, while expressing their willingness to further their education to the highest level.
Fatoumatta Tamsir Njie, the school head-girl described Omar Bun Hatab Arabic School as a gem, adding that every long journey must come to an end.
She too hailed the proprietor and the principal, as well as teachers for their dedication and commitment towards their education.