Apr 20, 2021, 12:41 PM
Kaddy Sawo, a third-year student at the University of The Gambia recently emerged as winner of the Queen of Miss Environment 2021.
The villagers made this call amid Tuesday evening’s heavy down, which left many workers, vegetable growers, gardeners, patients stranded in the mentioned communities, as the two main highways connecting Brufut Ghana Town highway were not accessible at all until today. The inhabitants are therefore calling for swift intervention by government to make movement of goods and people less burdensome.
“We are appealing to the government and private institutions to come to the aid of these communities in this trying times of the country amid this pandemic and raining season especially when food stores are almost empty and harvesting hasn’t started yet” they said. Civil servants in the area who normally work in the city and Greater Banjul Area pay more than three (3) or four (4) times (fare) to reach their various places of work. “While those seeking medical care face the greatest challenges, as they couldn’t access the nearest health facilities due to the poor state of our roads”, villagers lamented.
ChildFund, The Gambia on Friday donated three (3) 40foot containers of textbooks worth $1,083,840.00 to the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MoBSE) to support children’s education across the country.
Councilor of Gunjur Ward in Limbo South has written an open letter to President Adama Barrow, urging him to ensure that he fulfils his election promises.