Jul 10, 2009, 9:20 AM
Banjul Challenge through KitAid yesterday donated football materials to senior
secondary schools and youth organisations.
The beneficiaries were Gambia High School, Muslim High School, Saint Augustine’s High School, Faji Kunda and Kololi Youth Association.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony held at the Asset Bantaba in Senegambia, George Gomez, director of Plymouth Banjul Challenge, said the organization supported the development of football fields in the country in the previous years, adding that they have also been rendering support to football, cricket, cycling and related disciplines.
Gomez stated that they paid £600 pounds sterling for the shipping and storage of the football items.
For his part, Momodou Secka, administor of Plymouth Banjul Challenge, said the organization was established to support youth, adding that the organisation has also been supporting various football fields in the country.