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Two Gambians have joined the latest list of well wishers felicitating His Excellency the President Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr. Yahya Jammeh on the occasion of his 45th Birthday Anniversary on May 25th.

The message from Moses Benjamin Jallow, The Gambia's Ambassador to Paris, France reads:

"Your Excellency,

I am heartily joined today by my family, members of staff of the Paris Mission, and all the Gambian Communities in France and the other countries I my jurisdiction to extend very best wishes to Your Excellency on the occasion of your 45th Birthday Celebration today the 25th May, which also coincides with "Africa Day" designated by the African Union as a celebration of African Diversity and success.

It also falls at a timely moment when Your Excellency is hosting the 5th Kanilai International Cultural Festival all in a bid to also showcase and promote Cultural Diversity, a prerequisite for Unity.

Together we join all Gambians and well wishers to pray for Your Excellency's long life and prosperity.

Please accept Your Excellency Mr. President the assurances of my highest consideration."



In similar a sentiment Mr. Ansumana O. Ceesay, Chairperson W.E.D.A. writes:

"Dear Sir,

The Management of Women Entrepreneurship Development Agency (WEDA), the Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) Madam Zainab Yahya Jammeh Daycare and Nursery School Sinchu Alhaji, the Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) Geelangka Daycare and Nursery School Brufut joined hearts and wishes to wish you a happy 45th birthday celebration and many happy returns.

We pray for your success in the positive strives you taking to develop The Gambia our homeland, which is clearly manifested on the achievements made in Health, Education, Agriculture, Peace, Human Capacity Development, Electricity, Road network, Infrastructural development, Women Empowerment, Free treatment amongst others.

We pray for your long life and success in all your endeavors."



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