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Flag Up Gambia celebrates Oussou Njie Senior

Apr 13, 2021, 10:52 AM | Article By: Isatou Ceesay-Bah

In celebrating Gambians who made remarkable inroads in different sectors, Team Flag-Up Gambia recently embarked on an award and walk challenge in recognition of the efforts of Gambian music legend, Oussou Njie Senior.

Flag Up Gambia, is a group comprising young people united to celebrate and promote anything positive about the country and her people.

The event, which was celebrated on Monday, took the form of walk from Africell to Traffic Light at Fajara.

The legendary music icon has no doubt played a crucial role in shaping the country’s music scene.

Barhama Cham, a leading Gambian vocalist who was among the participants, expressed gratitude to be associated with the event.

He subsequently shared his experience with Uncle Oussou Njie, while acknowledging his contribution in coaching and guiding him in making sure that he progressed as an artiste.

Flag Up Gambia members used the opportunity to express their heartfelt gratitude to the organising team, Africell and all those who supported them.

The team further proceeded to Uncle Oussou Njie’s residence in Fajara, where he shared with them some joyful moments as well as encouraged them to be steadfast in their careers.

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