The newly elected mayoress of Banjul City Council, who is also the first ever female to be elected into that position in The Gambia- has vowed to bring back hope and represent the interest of all Banjulians the Point reports.
Rohey Malick Lowe was speaking on Tuesday during her swearing in ceremony alongside nine elected councilors within the city of Banjul. The event was held at the Atlantic Hotel in Banjul.
Banjul City Council, she went on, will never again be an extended wing for any political party, instead it belongs to the people of Banjul irrespective of their political affiliations or ideology.
She also promised to contribute immensely towards the advancement of the city of Banjul.
“I will bring back hope where there has been hopelessness and bring back faith where there has been doubt. It is also without doubt that our beloved city requires urgent and frank discussion with regard to the development of Banjul in areas of infrastructure, women and youth empowerment among others.” she said