Feb 13, 2015, 11:26 AM
A first year Law student of the University of The Gambia (UTG) needs urgent support to enable him pay his fees, hence sit his first semester exams due next month (December 2012).
Sanna Jawara, a senior staff reporter of the Daily Observer Newspaper, explained among others relating to what he called the importance of his university education cognizant of the fact that he obtained both a diploma and A Levels in law, coupled with years of experienced in the world of journalism, writing virtually on all aspects of life, especially legal issues.
However, following his admission into the LLB program in the University of The Gambia (UTG) for the 2012/2016 class, things did not work out for him as planned.
“The first semester examination is just at the corner, next month. Unpaid up students will not be allowed to sit their exams, and the time for such payment is fast fading away either this week or next, hence the urgent appeal to anyone interested in supporting my education to enable me live my dreams in the world of education towards sustainable development of our beloved country and the globe at large,” Jawara said.
Any spirited generous soul wishing to assist could contact 7303341 or 6749966.