Their latest presentation took place on Saturday at Toubacouta on the Gambian-Senegalese border. The occasion was the first edition of the Nuimi Senegambia festival which took place from 7th to 9th May attracting a huge crowd from both Senegal and The Gambia.
As part of the festivities, a match between Gambian and Senegalese teams ended in a two all draw.
KitAid then took centre stage to decorate both teams with jerseys, an unexpected pleasant surprise for the budding footballers.
However after the match, the kits were all given to the Senegalese team.
George Gomez of KitAid said the occasion was delightful and colorful event in the history of the people of Senegal.
The area of the Niumis in The Gambia and Senegal has been accorded a World heritage site by UNESCO due to their unique mangoes formation and ethnic/cultural similarities. This is where the famous Juffureh and Kunta Kinteh Island are situated including the church built by the first Portuguese Missionaries in the 15th century making.]]>