Monday, October 3

Africa Volleyball president hold talks with President Barrow

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By Arfang M.S Camara

The president of Confederation of African Volleyball Madame Bouchra Hajij has on Monday held talks with the Gambian leader Adama Barrow at his office in Banjul.

President Bouchra was on a visit in Banjul where she presided over the 2022 Zone II General Assembly and the Zone II beach volleyball championship hosted by Gambia Volleyball Federation.

“We are very proud of the entire team and my government will continue to give all support to sport’,” President Barrow said on Monday in Banjul.

“It is a pride for all Gambians and I sincerely thank the technical team, the federation and all the players for the efforts and relevant service to the nation.”

The Gambian leader reaffirmed government support to the development of volleyball in The Gambia and urged the federation to remain supportive to the development of young ones.

The president of Confederation of African Volleyball Madame Bouchra Hajij thanked the Gambian leader for granting her audience despite his tight schedule and assured HE Barrow of CAVB’s readiness and willingness to support the development of volleyball in The Gambia and Zone II.

“I am so honored to be here and this is the beginning of a greater collaboration and partnership between CAVB and Gambia,” the African Volleyball boss said.

Madam Hajij left Banjul Monday tonight after a few days in the Smiling Coast of West Africa.

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