Nov 27, 2020, 10:48 AM
The president of the Secondary School Sports Association, Ismaila Ceesay has made a strong warning to school principals and PE teachers over athletes’ age-cheating ahead of their upcoming Inter-schools championship.
The association was established in 2007 and has been immensely contributing to the development of the community of and its environs.
The donated food items included 75 bags of 25kg rice, 75 5kg of refined cooking oil and 75 bags of 10kg sugar.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony held at the association’s head office in Fajikunda, President Modou Loum said the gesture is part of their annual Ramadan support needy.
He stated that they targeted one mosque but as a result of the covid -19 they came up the idea to support households together with their members in the Diaspora.
Loum noted that their target is to assist one hundred households.
Ebrima Jawara, Diaspora coordinator said they are a community based charitable foundation based in Fajikunda aimed at engaging into community services to help needy families.
He added that they installed community stand pipes and bakeries in Fajikunda and Sinchu Alagi.
Fallou Wadda, a beneficiary thanked the association for the gesture during this difficult time.
Adama Njie, another beneficiary commended the association for their foresight in helping the less privilege.
Scorpions and Bologna forwarder, Musa Barrow has dedicated his goal against Sampdoria to his grandmother and victim of coronavirus after his Bologna side beat Sampdoria 2-1 in the week twenty-eight fixtures of the Italian Serie A, played at the Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris on Sunday.
The Minister of Youth and Sports Hon. Bakary Y Badjie has on Tuesday 17 November 2020 called on the Scorpions at their Ocean Bay Hotel in Cape Point to congratulate them on their sterling performance over Gabon on Monday’s 2021 Africa Cup of Nations Group D qualifiers played at the Independence Stadium in Bakau where the Scorpions beat the Panthers 2-1.