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NDP IS Not Worth Formulating

In my humble opinion, a national development plan ( blue print) of a country is not worth formulating, if only it remains in black and white sheltering bookworms and gathering dust on book shelves of libraries and offices.

Exactly around this time last year, I created a customized clip signaling the government to address the amount of watermelon getting rotten annually and all the other fruits & vegetables nature endowed us with.

Your Excellency, I doubt, if your government is truly disturbed and bordered by the post-harvest-lost. In other words  the sight of the tons of rotten fruits before our very eyes annually and the  rate of unemployment among the youth.

Your Excellency, please kill two birds with one stone  and leave a legacy for posterity.

Establish fruit processing plants and cool storage facilities to save our fruits and vegetables and in the process create employment for the young.

“Killer of a Lion”! for once  address this concern for the sake of the nation and honorably assume your supposedly title: Killer of a Lion!

 

~Modou Lamin Joof

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