28 January 2013

Gambia: KGI, VDF Intensify Road Rehabilitation Works in Faji Kunda

Kanilai International Group (KGI) in collaboration with Vision Development Foundation (VDF) yesterday continued the rehabilitation works on major roads in Faji Kunda.

During Sunday's exercise, volunteers started the rehabilitation of the road linking to the Faji Kunda Health Centre which is described by residents as a no go area during the rainy season.

Speaking to the Daily Observer on the ground, Pa Bojang, the managing director of KGI, thanked President Jammeh for giving them the opportunity to start the road rehabilitation works in most of the affected areas in the Kanifing Municipality and its environs noting that their aim is to reach all the affected areas.

He said government cannot do it all and therefore appealed to all Gambians and non-Gambians to contribute towards this worthy course. He also appealed to the business community and other individuals to come onboard and support to the local communities saying, it is another way to contribute to national development.

He said KGI will continue to do its utmostto assist in the road rehabilitation exercises saying this particular road, linking the health center is of paramount importance.He thanked Momodou Turo Darboe of Vision Development Foundation for his contribution towards the rehabilitation works in the Kanifing Municipality and the volunteers for their active participation.

Ousman Fatty, the councilor of Latrikunda Sabiji Ward also thanked both VDF and KGI for their timely intervention. Ansumana Ndow, a resident of Faji Kunda and Babou Jagne, a taxi driver, all lauded the move.

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