By Samsideen Ceesay
Bournemouth striker Lewis James Grabban who plays in the English Premier League was in The Gambia for a short visit to check on the progress of the Supporting People of Tomorrow, SPOT project school in Tujereng village as well as give support to orphans in the country
During his stay, Lewis engaged the orphans in a series of activities ranging from delivering sports messages to the kids as well as taking them out City and Senegambia respectively.
“I have trust in the project is going on the right channel”, the Bournemouth striker said at a press briefing with journalists.
The CEO, SPOT, Abubakarr Dampha, said: “I know and became a friend to James for many years and the friendship that binds us will still continue to exist”.
The SPOT Project is a charitable organization that advocates development of the new generation in Africa and around the world. Since its formation one and half years ago now, the foundation has been supporting less privileged people and young orphanages.