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AWOL-America donates US$5,000 to Gondama school construction project

May 10, 2019

By Ibrahim Tarawallie

AWOL Secretary General, Ahmed Sahid Nasralla receiving the cash from Joseph Turay

The America branch of the All Walks of Life (AWOL) Development Organization has donated $5,000 (five thousand dollars) towards the ongoing construction of a school at Gondama, Bo District.

According to Joseph Turay, the money was their little help towards the completion of the school project and the clarion call by the organization’s Global Chairman, Ambassador Anthony Navo for support.

Reading a statement on behalf of AWOL-America, Ahmadu Umarr Benya, Turay said: “This contribution is a manifestation of our collective efforts and commitment to our communities and a guarantee of our availability to participate in future development projects spearheaded by AWOL back home”.

He stated that when completed, the school will be named in honour of their late godfather, Ambassador Moseray Fadika, as well as serving the educational needs of the Gondama community and its immediate surroundings.

He pledged their continued commitment the organisation’s ideals of giving back and complimenting the effort of government in nation building.

“We will resolutely embark upon this journey to refresh our extremely ambitious strategy to move the mission and objectives of this organization. AWOL America is rapidly growing, and we will continue to grow in order to support the needs of our communities and give our people hope of a better life,” he noted.

He commended members for their continued selfless contribution, energy and resources towards the sustenance of the humanitarian organization.

Receiving the donation, Secretary General of AWOL, Ahmed Sahid Nasralla, thanked their members in the United States for their timely support to complete the project.

He assured that the money will be used judiciously for the completion of the remaining areas of the school for onward handing over to the community by the end of the year.

“We are grateful for such support. Let me hasten to say that this is not the first contribution we are receiving from our America branch. At the start of the project, we received $5, 000,” he said.

With regards the school project, Nasralla stated that the urged to construct the school came between 2010/2011 when they went to celebrate the Day of the African Child with children of the school.