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Published On: Fri, Nov 25th, 2022

No Gambian Deserves To Be Abused And Insulted-Hamat Bah

The Minister of Tourism and Culture, Hamat M.K. Bah has mentioned with a specific message to the young ones that no Gambian deserves to be insulted and abused as far as good morals is concerned, that there should be maximum respect amongst the people, and the Gambia could only achieve its development pursuits through citizens’ participations, hard work and commitment.

He noted that elders and leaders should be given the maximum respect they deserved, adding that the negative comments on the social media would be of no help and that people should endeavor to be part of the strive to developing the nation.

Minister Bah made these remarks at a meeting held on Tuesday at Makkah-Farafenni on the ongoing meet with the people tour, embarked on by PresidentAdama Barrow.He noted that the Gambia government should also strive ways with strategic plans to help the youth gain employment with various initiatives.

This year’s theme “together we can accelerate socio-economic growth and maintain peace and stability”, is also regarded by communities of Lower Niumi as a great opportunity for their concerns been looked after by directly having to dialogue with the president.

On his emphasis on tribes, he noted that in reality, there is no tribalism in the country as people are inter-related through inter-marriages,and that Gambia in its size, all people are related in one way or another, while he urged all to come together and pursue a collective interest for national development.

With regard to security, Minister Bah stated that the Gambia government should not compromise with the security of the nation. We do not compromise with the security of the nation and the people. Whoever instigates violence in the country the law will take its course,” he noted.  

He further stated that for the Gambia to overcome the insufficient food self-sufficiency, Gambians need to go back to the land to cultivate enough rice for their people. He said that there are thousands of hectares of available lands for rice cultivation in the areas of Sabaj-Sanjal, Sami community, Jimara, likewise the surroundings of the Pakali Bridge in the region where Gambians can venture into rice cultivation for food self-sufficiency.

He disclosed that President Barrow has already invited business men, in which one of them has the capacity to cultivate 15, 000 hectares for rice cultivation. He highlighted with discomforts with regards to the young Gambians suffering with so much hardship currently encountering in Dubai, Turkey and Europe.

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