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Gambia Minister for Youth and Sports, Bakary Y. Badjie has laid the foundation stone of a mini-stadium worth D6,825,000 in Kafuta village, Kombo East District, West Coast Region.
The Mini-Stadium will aim at encouraging and developing youth career dream sports within the region.
Speaking during the ceremony, Badjie said the project and many of its kind are in line with government policy of decentralising sports facilities in a bit to ensure sports development at the local level.
Quoting Badjie, “As a Ministry, we are committed to ensuring rural Gambia access modern sporting facilities to improve their participation at both local and international sporting competitions.”
He also noted that such grassroots development will be an indisputable indicator of how far we have progressed as a sporting nation in the coming years.
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