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Gambians can do a lot if aided: says Kingfisher Trust chairman

Gambians can do a lot if aided,says Kingfisher Trust Chairman

by Sule Musa .

Founder and chairman of the Kingfisher Trust-The Gambia, Simon Wezel asserted that Garnbians can do a lot in invention and creativity, if appropriately aided by both foreign local organisations or individuals.

Mr Wezel made this statement in describing impressions on the quality

of materials exhibited by entrants from the President's Award Scheme and the Latrikunda Secondary School at the

recently held Abuko Livestock Show

Students from both institutions who participated in the show, he said, exhibited items like artworks and 'pebble and dash'

The Kingfisher Trust sponsored the students from both institutions who participated at the show

Thanking the department of Livestock Services for the opportunity to participate the programme and to the staff and students of the two institutions for their exhibited works, Mr

Wezel observed that he was moved to float a slogan:

"No Problem - Made in The Gambia."

The organisation, he revealed, has now embarked on a poultry scheme "to help schools help 'themselves"

being piloted at Kolior primary school, Kiang. The school, he claimed, has impressed his organisation with a vegatable garden maintained by the school

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