3DGam, 3DGamGlobal launched

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By Olimatou Coker

3DGam & 3DGamGlobal, a foundation set up in the United Kingdom in September 2017 by like-minded individuals who want to radiate goodness in mankind with a ‘Plain Progressive Agenda,’ was launched at the Gambia Radio and Television Services complex.
The day also coincided with the launch of a ‘generation-changing human rights project’ by 3DGam & 3DGamGlobal.3D, which stands for ‘Decisions Determine Destiny,’ operate as apolitical, non-religious, non-ethnic/tribal or section based foundation.
Lamin Jawara, homeland general for 3DGam & 3DGamGlobal, said the objective of the foundation was to provide support towards better and quality education, improve economic lives, and social and or technological disadvantage people/communities.

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Baba Galleh Jallow, the executive secretary of the truth reconciliation reparations commission, said decisions the government make today determine futures and as such, it was important they buttressed its effects.
Secretary Jallow also said the ‘New Gambia’ is a Gambia of human rights, and a Gambia of “beautiful minds”.
“Unjust laws are no laws at all. If we respect human rights, we will live in a peaceful environment, environment of tranquility, an environment that will create creativity. Say we will also live in an environment that enhances progress, move forward and empowers society.”

Jallow said as much as human rights ought to be respected however, rights go with responsibility.
He said the TRRC was ready to cooperate with 3DGam & 3DGamGlobal as far as the ‘human rights project’ is concerned.

Ebrima Sillah, minister of Information and Communication Infrastructure assured members of 3DGam and 3DGamGlobal that the government of The Gambia is committed to the respect for the rule of law and all other fundamental rights.

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