Sabally to sponsor CRR youth tournament 

Mar 15, 2021, 1:35 PM

Former Presidential Affairs Minister and top United Democratic Party (UDP) member, Momodou Sabally has provided a trophy and financial package for a tournament to be held in the Niani area of the Central River Region (CRR). 

Sabally unveiled the initiative during a political event held at Niani Sukuta on Sunday 7 March 2021.  

Presenting a giant trophy to youth leader Morro Dampha in the presence of Niani Constituency NAM, Honourable Alhagie Sillah, Sabally emphasised the need for young people to come together as one and help one another in developing their potential. 

He stated that the tournament is non-partisan and all youths of Niani are free to participate regardless of political affiliation.

The tournament will be named after ancient king of Niani Mansa Kimintang Camara, with a view to revive the glorious past of the area. 

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