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Published On: Mon, Jul 17th, 2023

Muhammad Yadalieu English Arabic School solicits support to erect 3 additional classrooms 

By Adama Jallow

Muhammad Yadalieu English Arabic School (MYEAS) has solicited support as it is currently in urgent need to construct three additional classrooms due to the growing number of admissions in both the Lower and Upper Basic School. 

This urgency led the school authority to stage a fundraising Islamic conference aimed at addressing the pressing need for additional classrooms at their school. These three additional classrooms are set to enable the school to enroll the growing and incoming students for the upcoming academic year.

The conference was organized by MYEAS, held at the Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara Conference Center in Bijilo, under the themes “the significance of spending in the cause of Islam” and “the importance of Islamized education.”

Speaking at the occasion, Hajja Maimuna Yadalieu Savage, the proprietress of MYEAS thanked President Adama Barrow and his government for all the support and encouragement given to her. 

She noted that she and her family have been benefiting from the human assistance from all people which she said has enabled them to grow from strength to strength.

“I want to take this opportunity to call on all good Muslims to kindly support us kind or cash to enable us achieve this struggle which is to construct three additional classrooms to cater for the admissions of both lower and Upper Basic School,” she appealed.

For his part, Baboucarr O. Joof, Minister of Trade, Industry, Regional Integration and Employment who spoke on behalf of President Adama Barrow, said that funds raised through the program would be invested in constructing more classrooms to accommodate more children, thereby contributing to government’s efforts aimed at improving literacy levels in the Gambia.

“I invite everyone of you Muslims, irrespective of your nationality, race, gender or ethnicity, to join hands and hearts in supporting this noble mission aimed at building more classrooms which undoubtedly will translate to “Sadakhartul Jaariya,” he called on.

Joof noted that “This fundraising Islamic conference is an opportunity for us to practice our faith and embody the spirit of sharing. By contributing towards building more classrooms, you are investing in the success of future generations, and your benevolence will shine as a beacon of hope for those who are less fortunate. Your donations will lay the foundation for a future filled with educated individuals who will go on to become inspirational leaders, professionals, within society.”

Mrs. Kodu Jabang-Senghore, who represented Vice President Muhammed B.S. Jallow, also spoke on the occasion. Other speakers included Imam Alhagie Ousman Jah and Dr. Cherno Barry who both spoke on the themes among other dignitaries.

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