Rose Kali and Nusrat SSS hold joint presentation
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Better African Youths Initiative (BAYI) association of Rose Kali International Senior Secondary School (RISSS) and the Peer Health association of Nusrat Senior Secondary School recently held a joint presentation ceremony held at Rose-Kali International Senior Secondary School located in Banjulinding.
The programme has beneficial effect on the students of both schools, as it provided them the opportunity to share a lot through interactions, plays and educational presentations on various topics ranging from drug abuse, illegal migration to early marriage.
These topical issues were raised in order to open their juvenile conscience to sense of duty and responsibility.
Speaking at the ceremony, Mariama Colley, the President of the Peer Health Association of Nusrat Senior Secondary School, called on students to be confident in whatever they are doing in life and in school ;
that they should know the purpose of life and to be prepared to face the challenges in school. For his part Mr Akeem, the coordinator of BAYI advised the students to take their education as their priority ; to study hard ; maintain discipline in order to pass their exam so as to succeed in life.
He also added that such exchange should be encouraged among schools as it would go a long way in facilitating learning and exposure for both staff and students in the various schools in The Gambia.
In delivering the vote of thanks, Amadou Tamba, the President of BAYI association of Rose-Kali International, dilated on discipline and respect. According to him, discipline is a vital thing in every human success noting that without discipline one cannot lead a group of people, a community neither a country.
He further called on his fellow students to respect themselves in order to earn the respect of the society.He also thanked their Nusrat counterparts for leaving other responsibilities of theirs to honour their invitation ; that they have performed well and contributed enormously to the success of the programme.
Author: by Mariatou Ngum-Saidy