Organised by the school’s peer health club under the theme, ‘revival of our dynamic culture,’ the final pitted the tenth and eleventh graders with a view to promote Gambian culture and as well foster unity among the students.
Modou Lamin Fatty, the president of the Peer Health Group said: “As the theme of this auspicious day is ‘the revival of our dynamic culture’, I stand firm on this delirious platform in acknowledging the sleepless effort that is neatly injected into the veins of the mighty peer health, as we revive our culture, we revive the most colourful and yet the spontaneous sequence which was long ago embedded in the hearts, souls and minds from the previous peer health educators.”
Fatty said the day was not meant for the students to assemble and to fight or compete against each other, but instead was for them to interact and put smiles on each other’s face.
“I will like to acknowledge the efforts done by the previous and present peer health educators who got the love of Nusrat Peer Health running in their veins and I hope and pray that God strengthens our day with the strings of delirious acts which will echo into the mind of every individual.”
Announcing the results by the three judges for the different categories of the competition, grade 11 Arts of the afternoon shift emerged as winners of the drama category while Mamie Saidykhan of the same class won the best actress and Patrick Demba John of 10 Arts in the morning shift won best actor. Fatoumatta Jallow of grade 11 Science 2 in the morning shift won the award as best poet and Bekai Suso of 11 Commmerce 2 also in the morning shift came out as best singer.]]>