The people of Niani Constituency in the Central River Region North have renewed their undivided loyalty to President Jammeh and the ruling APRC party.
The renewal of this loyalty came on Sunday September 25, at Kass Wollof and Wassu villages, where hundreds of party militants gathered to thank the President for the tremendous development ushered in since the advent of the July 22nd Revolution.
Speaking at the meeting, the District Chief Alhaji Pierre Bah hailed President Jammeh for the mammoth development achieved by the APRC Government, noting that Niani has benefited a lot.
He reminded that before the July 22nd Revolution, there were only three schools within Niani but that since the advent of the Revolution under the dynamic leadership of President Jammeh, the District has seen the establishment of several schools.
Stepping in for the Council of Elders, Alhaji Abdou Ndow and Fatou Nyabally, both spoke extensively on the achievements of President Jammeh since the advent of the July 22nd Revolution. They cited the achievements of the socio-economic developments of the country as a manifestation of the leadership quality of the Jammeh administration.
The District Youth Mobiliser, Yerro Jallow said President Jammeh has attached importance to the development of youth, which he said is being manifested by the programmes and strategies created for the young people under his leadership. He called on the young people to make the best use of the opportunities accorded them. He finally urged them to vote for President Jammeh in the upcoming Presidential Election.
The Minister of Tourism and Culture, Hon. Benjamin A. Roberts applauded the people of Niani for their undivided loyalty to President Jammeh and the APRC party. He further urged them to strengthen their unity and support to President Jammeh and the party.
Minister Roberts highlighted the numerous developments registered by President Jammeh; ranging from health, agriculture, education, expansion of the rural electrification project, roads and other infrastructural developments.
by Lamin SM Jawo in CRR