21 November 2012

Gambia: Muha Papa Touray Re-Elected As DSADC Sports Chairman

Muhammed Papa Touray has been re-elected as the Sports Chairman of the Dynamic Sarahulueh Association for Development and Change after seeing off the challenge of Malamin Touray at the weekend. The Sarahulehs went to congress on Sunday to elect a new chairman who will steer the sports affairs of the Association for a specific term limit. Papa defeated his rival by over 60 clear votes.

Speaking to reporters after his re-election, Papa Touray thanked the Sarahulehs for the trust and confidence bestowed on him as the sports chairman, which shows that the members are appreciative of the work he has done in his first term.

Papa contributed immensely to the inception of the annual Sarahuleh football tournament and has promised to continue doing so. He also promised to work with fellow Sarahulehs across the border in Senegal to sign a bilateral relationship that will see the two associations play frequent international exhibition games. He also thanked the zones of Serekunda East, West and Manjai for allowing them to use their fields, and the media for their support.

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