By Maimuna Sey-Jawo
Lotto Gaming Gambia Company on Monday presented a cheque amounting to D16,500 to Activistachat youth organization based in Jambanjelly as part of the company’s support toward their forthcoming summer camp.
The Trust Bank cheque was handed over to Mariama M. Samba, the founder of the organization meant to support them in their 2017 annual summer camp which is expected to gather sixty young people from the age of 10 to 18 within the Greater Banjul Area for a period of five days.
Speaking at the presentation Mbinko Jammeh, senior marketing manager LGG Company, said supporting young people of this country is part of the LGG Company’s top priority.
She cited that this company is a Gambian own and is out to stay and help to address issues affecting the young people of this country.
She noted that as a result of this, when the youth organization made a request for support from LGG company, both the management and the chief executive officer did not take it lightly and approved a cheque to support them in their activity.
According to her, LGG Company are more than willing to give support to any youth organization that approaches them with a genuine reason to initiate youth empowerment in our society.
“We at the LGG Company are more than delighted to take the center stage in supporting the young people of this country. We need to contribute our quarter to complement government’s efforts especially in the area of health, education, and youth empowerment,” she said.
She said LGG Company has no boundary in supporting young people of this country as well as women who are the most vulnerable in our society. .
Madam Jammeh said LGG Company takes pride in helping young people of the country.
She thanked the Gambian leader for considering the Gambian youths in re-opening of more business companies like LGG company that were arbitrarily shut by the former regime.
She also praised the LGG company chief executive officer for his foresight in responding quickly and positively to the request made by these young people who are the future leaders.
For her part, chief cashier LGG company Aji Sillah Ndow Jallow, said LGG Company is always willing to support the young people of this country. She said all what LGG company need is more prayers for its management and CEO to be able to take the company at a higher height.
In receiving the cheque on behalf of the activisita chat youth organization, Mariam M. Samba, who was full of joys and appreciation, thanked the donors on behalf of the association.