In their bid to support ongoing works at the Vision 2016 farms, the International Students Association (ISA) recently visited President Jammeh’s Kanilai Farm, where they participated in farm clearing exercises.
The ISA was formed in 2014, comprising foreign students in the country with the objective of bringing all international students in The Gambia under one umbrella.
Chukwuyere Chamberline Uju, President of the Association, informed the Daily Observer that the purpose of their visit to the Kanilai farm was to manifest their support for President Jammeh’s development agenda.
He attested that they are studying in a conducive and peaceful environment, for which they thanked the Government under the visionary leadership of President Jammeh.
Karrel Kuwong, a Cameroonian student at the American International University West Africa (AIUWA) studying Medicine, expressed gratitude to be part of such a initiative.
For Benjamin Nze Ofuonye, an active member of the Association, the success of V-2016 lies in the goodwill of the Gambian leader and the zeal and hard work of Gambian people, “as stated in the mantra ‘Grow what you eat, and eat what you grow’”.
He thanked the President for his foresight and proactive stance in defending Africa at all times, saying he is standing tall as a true Pan Africanist.
by Alpha M Kamara