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Introducing (Momodou Muctarr Jallow)

Child's rights activist

Introducing (Tairu S Jallow)

Gambia's tallest


Last week, the United Kingdom marked the fiftieth anniversary of the funeral of the late Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, which event took place on 30th January 1965. A commentator recalled the words of a colleague at the time:

Introducing (Saffiatou Jallow)

Aspiring Linguist/child's right activist

Introducing (Isatou Barry )

Child rights activist

Introducing (Chilel Sowe)

Aspiring Teacher

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