Sep 21, 2020, 12:26 PM
The International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) in partnership with The Gambia Red Cross Society (GRCS) last Friday handed over Personal Protective Equipments (PPEs) to The Gambia Prison Services.
Touray, who graduated with a BSc in Accountancy and Cost and Work Accounting (BCOM) from Pune University (PU), has been serving the interest of Gambian students in India from the onset of the association. He is among the founding pillars of the Association.
Touray was elected as the vice-president of the Gam-Ind students Association for the academic year 2018-2019.
During this period, he didn't only serve the Gambian students in India, but also served most of the foreign students’ chapters in India. As vice-president of the Gam-Ind association, he demonstrated true leadership skills and know-how when it comes to his interaction with students all over India either Gambians or Africans in general.
He was among the people who led in the drafting of the association's first-ever constitution.
Touray has already made a name for himself and his reputation as a Gambian remains to be positive as here presented the country to the best of his ability.
To that end, members of Gam-India Students Association extend their hearty congratulations to Mr. Katim Touray for his outstanding dedication and sincerity to services.
July 14th is an occasion for the French to celebrate their National Day and also to commemorate the founding event of the French republic: the seizing of the Bastille Prison on July 14th 1789, by the people of Paris fighting for their freedom.
As part of activities marking World Clean-up Day, which is celebrated on the 19th of September in The Gambia, scores of youths in the coastal community of Madina Salam in Gunjur last Saturday embarked on mass beach cleaning from Madina Salam to Kartong beach side.
As debate over the recent rejection of the draft Constitution Promulgation Bill 2020 continues, members of Afrikan Diaspora Returnee Association (ADRA) have added their voice and disappointment over the recent rejection of what would have been the new draft constitution of The Gambia.