President Adama Barrow has called for unity among Gambians in order to develop the country, saying that the country can only be developed when we have peace and unity among the people, according to State House.
“Only unity will serve our common good. Let’s come together and move this country forward,” the president said on day ten of the Meet the People Tour in Jirof and Soma.
State House added: “Earlier in the day, President Barrow laid the foundation stone for the expansion of the School for Community Health Nursing in Mansakonko. The expansion will increase the number of student intakes and build dormitories for accommodation.
“The President also visited the OMVG hydroelectricity substation in Soma due to be inaugurated next month. He proceeded to Jali, Kiang West, where he also laid the foundation stone for a health centre.
“President Barrow assured the people of his commitment to serve their interest, highlighting that the Kiang electrification and roads project is his governmet’s determination to leave no community behind in terms infrastructural development.”