The people of Kudang in the Central River Region have hailed President Jammeh for the expansion of the rural electrification project to over ten villages within the region including them. They made this remark recently during a courtesy call on the Regional Governor.
Speaking earlier, the Governor of the Region, Alhaji Omar Khan spoke extensively on the importance of the rural electrification project, saying that it would reduce the rural urban drift and create employment opportunities for the young ones. He pointed out that since the advent of the July 22nd Revolution under the dynamic leadership of President Jammeh, rural people have been benefiting from a lot of development projects. He said rural electrification is one project out of thousands of projects registered by the Jammeh administration. He called on the people of Kudang and the entire region to strengthen their unflinching support for President Jammeh and the APRC party.
The Deputy Governor Alhaji Malang Saibo Camara and Alhaji Omar Mambureh both commended President Jammeh for providing electricity to many villages in the Region.
The villages that benefited from the rural electrification extension project are; Bantanto, Yerro Berry Kunda, (YBK), Galleh Manda, Brikamaba, Madina Nfally, Kudang and Jareng all in CRR South, and Lamin Koto, Jarumeeh Koto, Kuntaur Fulla Kunda, Jakaba and Touba, in CRR North.
Speaker after speaker assured their unflinching support to President Jammeh and the APRC party. They asserted that politics is all about development and President Jammeh has provided them with mammoth development, ranging from agricultural projects, education, infrastructure, health, road construction and clean drinking water, just to name a few.
The Alkalo of Kudang, Sambou Ceesay and Sanno Touray both expressed appreciation to the Gambian leader. They assured their unflinching support for President Jammeh and the APRC party. They said this is not the first project their village has benefited from the APRC government, saying there are other live changing projects their community previouslybenefited from.
by Lamin SM Jawo in CRR