Rural Gambia Indebted to President Jammeh

Rural Gambia Indebted to President Jammeh

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The people of rural Gambia have expressed their indebtedness to President Jammeh and the July 22nd Revolution, citing the number of transformational projects inaugurated across the regions as part of activities marking the 22nd anniversary of the July 22nd Revolution.

From the newly constructed health facilities, the upgraded health centres to the new power stations, the people of rural Gambia were once more grateful to the July 22nd Revolution, but not without renewing their undivided support and loyalty to President Jammeh and the APRC Party.

Burama Sory Juwara, the Chief of Wuli East, where a newly constructed health centre was inaugurated at Baja Kunda to enhance access to quality health service for locals around that end, said the facility in his District was more than timely as the impact would be enormous.

Alhaji Saikouna Bajaha, Councillor of Bajakunda Ward promised a landslide victory for the APRC Party in the December Polls.

The Chief of Fulladu West, Muhammad Krubally, said the upgrading of the Basse Major Health Centre to a District Hospital was one step towards providing advanced treatment for the people of Basse and surroundings. “We cannot thank the President enough but to keep praying for him and to rally behind him at all times.”

Another health facility that has been upgraded is the Soma Health Centre and according to Chief Yaya Jarjusey of Jarra West, the Gambian leader has done all that the people wanted in terms of development.

The latest move, he said, is another indication of the care and love the President has for the people by ensuring their wellbeing.

 

by Alieu Ceesay & Arfang MS Camara