On day Five of the Meet The People Tour, President Barrow laid foundation stones of two health centres for Jimara and Tumana districts, in the Upper River Region.
The brief ceremonies took place at Mankamang Kunda and Kulari villages, respectively. The President stressed the importance of access to healthcare for all Gambians.
The construction of the two health centres is scheduled for six months and are centrally located to serve several villages in their respective clusters.
President Barrow proceeded to a meeting in Suduwol where he presented three ambulances to Tumana and one for the Kantora constituency.
President Barrow urged the members of both communities to utilise the ambulances for the benefit of all. He added that a free-toll number will be available to ease communication using any network.
Speaking on the upcoming December 4th Presidential Elections, President Barrow said The Gambia should set an example for ensuring peaceful and transparent election. He called on people to maintain peaceful coexistence at all times.