By Muhammed L Bojang
The 3DGam Foundation celebrating its two-year Anniversary in The Gambia, has on Wednesday presented a Certificate and other items to Sergeant Kaddy Jarju, a young female traffic police officer who is currently the darling of the nation for her dedication and sacrifice to the country.
Kaddy Jarju who was recently promoted to the rank of Sergeant has win the hearts of many people after her photo went viral on social while executing her duty bare footed in a flooded rainwater.
Today, the 3DGam Executives in The Gambia on behalf of its Global Arm led by the Secretary General and Chairman, Mr. Amadou Marong UK based Gambian has presented Sergeant Kaddy Jarju of the Gambia Police Force with a Certificate, Rain coat, Rain boot and 3 pairs of shoes at the Police Headquarters in Banjul.
The presentation ceremony was led by Mr. Borri Darboe, the Ambassador-at-large for 3DGam, IGP Mamour Jobe and ASP Lamin Njie, a Police Spokesman and other senior police chiefs.
Speaking at the event, Ambassador-at-large Darboe of 3DGam said he is delighted to present he items on behalf of 3DGam Homeland General Jawara, the 3DGam Executives in the Gambia and all 3D Family in abroad: 3DGam, which stand for Decision Determine Destiny Gambia is part of 3DGlobal, main objective is to help humanity, the work of 3DGam in the Gambia is based on its Motto: Plain progressive Agenda. To help in anything progressive,” said Mr Darboe.
The 3DGam Ambassador-at-large, said it is on this basis that they are celebrating their 2 years anniversary in The Gambia since their launching in GRTS Headquarters.
“We have decided not only to present Human Right materials to schools over 134 with a population reaching over 75,000 in Nursery, Lower Basic, Upper basic, Senior Secondary Schools and communities in Villages/Towns. 3DGam in the Gambia has been expanding through the length and breadth of the country, and also provide medical facilities in the country. The Human Right educational materials to schools is based on the principles that the children can learn human rights at an early age. 3DGam has another major project in the wing, Drug Education,” he said.
Mr Darboe also applauded the bravery of young Sergeant Kaddy Jarju who he described “committed and hardworking” and urged other officers to emulate her dedication. In his acknowledgement of the magnanimity, the Inspector General of Police, IGP Mamour Jobe has expressed his delight and appreciation for the good gesture and commended the 3Dgam for the support and the recognition.
ASP Lamin Njie, the Spokesman of the Gambia Police Force (GPF) has welcomed 3DGam and also expressed delight for the efforts of motivating a young female police officer who has shown courage and bravery in saving lives while putting her own life at risk.