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Young Gambian graduates in Cuba: Fidel lives in their hearts, he has not disappeared

Aug 10, 2020, 12:46 PM

Banjul, August 9th. – Young Gambian graduates in Cuba made public congratulation to the historical leader of the Revolution of the largest of the Antilles, Fidel Castro, on the occasion of the next August 13th of his 94th birth.

In a letter sent to the embassy of the Caribbean island in this West African nation, the also members of the Gambia-Cuba Friendship Association stressed that Fidel lives in their hearts, he has not disappeared, and for this we congratulate him on his new birthday, they emphasized.

They expressed that the eternal Commander-in-Chief dedicated his entire life to the liberation and transformation of all the peoples of the world, and especially the Africans.

Gambians graduated in Cuba in different higher education specialties will always be grateful to Fidel, and also to the people of the Antillean nation, to whom we extend our congratulations this August 13th just because of what they have done and do today for Africa, despite the blockade that the United States is unjustly increasing, highlights the text.

The letter, which includes a beautiful image, concludes with a Long live to a free Cuba! and Until the Victory for ever , We Will Win!

 

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