16 January 2013

Gambia: National Women Council Chairperson Thanks President Jammeh

Fatou Trawalley, the chairperson of the National Women Council resident in Brikama-ba, Central River Region has written to President Jammeh, thanking him for the huge support towards the recent NAYCONF conference held in Bansang.

The letter reads:

Your Excellency Sir, we wish to seize this opportunity to reaffirm our faith in your leadership and to stand ever committed to your visionary ideals and aspirations in your noble crusade to transform our this grant nation into an economic super power status.

Sir, since the advent of the July 22nd Revolution 1994 took over to date was not only for the advancement and development of The Gambia, but as also a battle of ideas and a struggle of ideas between ideas of neo-colonialism and ideas of imperialism versus ideas of liberation, freedom and dignity for The Gambian people and the African continent.

Mr. President as the women and the youth folk of this great nation The Gambia, we must salute your absolute foresight, intellectual and love for your Gambian women and the youth in particular.It goes without saying The Gambians are bless with a fervent and staunch leader who is always ready and willing to share and sacrifice his cravings to ensure that everyone is happy.Your generosity in helping mankind is no secret and has no boundaries.

Saying words cannot press our delight and appreciation of this great gift, for this great conference we are grateful and pray that we continue to benefit from your wisdom and visionary leadership because you are a role model worth of emulation.With grace in our hearts, we would like to place on record our sincere thanks and gratitude, once again, for your invaluable support given to the NAYCONF conference.

Long live Mr. President, long live The Gambia and love live the APRC government and its supporters.

Fatou Trawally

Vice chairperson at the

National Women Council

Brikamaba

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