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NDA sensitizes Deep Yai Wata on non-violence

NDA sensitizes Deep Yai Wata on non-violence

Senior officials of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) including the National Secretary General, Mr. Mohamed S.  Jalloh, the Organizing Secretary, Mr. Sahid Kamara joined youths of Constituency 92 in the Deep Yai Wata community, to celebrate Christmas on the theme: “Promoting community peace and development.”

Speaking to a cross section of community members, before a colourful football match between Bess Berry Guys and Deep Yai Wata Community Upliftment Movement (DECUM), NDA Secretary- General, Mr. Mohamed S. Jalloh opined that that violence hinders the growth of any community.

He clarified that their visit was not meant for any political purpose but to create non-violence awareness within the community. He stated that their party is not only waiting for elections to sensitize citizens on issues of concern but carrying on with their mass sensitization drive across the country even during the festive season.

He introduced Alhaji Ahmed Jalloh as the one currently coordinating NDA activities.

In his statement, Alhaji Ahmed Jalloh congratulated members of DECUM for coming up with the non-violence initiative in that deprived community. He encouraged the audience and residents to accept peace and discourage violence at all cost.

On behalf of DECUM, Mr. Francis Erb expressed his appreciation over this visit. He called on other political parties to emulate the NDA by paying non-violence visits to the Deep Yai Wata and other places.

He lamented to this press that violence is part and parcel of some young people, noting that much needs to be done if the rate of violence is to be minimized in the country.

DECUM has been formed mostly by youths of Deep Yai Wata to embark on development activities in their community.

By Ilyasa Baa

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