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US-based Jaimacan Artiste donates to The Point

Apr 17, 2020, 2:15 PM

Lajeune Harrison, known as Ljital African link connection, a US-based Jaimacan artiste has donated some tea cups to The Point Newspaper as part of her appreciation for the good work the Newspaper has done for her.

The items were handed to The Point Entertainment and Lifestyle anchor, Njie Baldeh by the musician’s promoter in The Gambia, Kebba Faye.

Mr Faye thanked The Point management and staff for the help towards the artiste, promising that more support for the newspaper will be coming in future.

The Point Entertainment and Lifestyle anchor, Njie Baldeh, thanked promoter Kebba Faye and Lajeune Harrison for the gesture.

Lajeune was born and brought up in Jaimaca and now lives in US, representing iTAL Love in the world.

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