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Two creative young Gambians appeal for support to serve nation, humanity

Jun 3, 2016, 11:13 AM | Article By: Yai Dibba

The two young Gambians, Suwaibou Jammeh and Sana Camara, have made history in the Africa, after they were able to electrify a whole building using a remote control device to switch on the light without any generator.

The boys through their skills and ingenuity were also able to make a frame with the portrait of His Excellence President Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh Babili Mansa and his family.

Speaking to The Point recently, the two boys Suwaibou Jammeh and Sana Camara said their ability and capability of the things they do is natural gift from the Almighty God, as they did not undergo any training for the skills they now possess. “And this is not the first time for us to make these kinds of things,” they said, adding that they have also made a toy airplane, which can run far distance.

This creative duo said they have created and fixed up light devices all over the Arch 22, adding that they could also do road plan, and have developed a presidential vehicle named Mansa Kendo inside which the President could stand and be waving to the people from far distance.

They said they would always be grateful to President Yahya Jammeh, who has noticed and encouraged them to keep up the good work.

They said during the process of electrifying the said building, they spent nearly D10,000 without support fromanyone.

According to them, they have a lot of plans, which include entering proper into manufacturing of cars and other vehicles for commercial transportation.

They said though they have the knowhow but would need support from the public and the private sectors to be able to realize their dreams, which include making and producing television screens, solar panels, and doors.

“Very soon the whole Gambia will see our vehicles running on the highway, if we get the necessary support from the public,” he said.

‘’We are the youth of this country, and we have the knowledge and skills to serve our country; so therefore we stand for the development of our country if we have the support,’’ they said.

They thanked The Point Newspapers and some radio stations for their service to the nation and for promoting their work and skills.

They said those who would like and could support them can reach them on the following numbers: +220-7223153 / 6825677 / 2445533.