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Lamin Jatta, a resident of Bundung, is seeking financial support from the government, philanthropists, donors, and individuals, to enable him continue his university education programme.
Jatta, a graduate of Muslim Senior Secondary School, has had admission to the University of The Gambia since 2010, but due to financial constraints, he could not pursue his courses.
Jatta, who scored 7 credits in the West Africa Examinations Council exams, told The Point his parents could not foot the bill of the university, because they are poor and old.
They are not employed hence he is calling on the general public, donors, philanthropists and the private sector to give him a helping hand to pursue his education.