12 Girls Graduate from Aisha Oumoul
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Twelve students on August 5, graduated from Aisha Oumoul Moumineen Quranic School for Girls after successfully memorizing the holy Qur’an.
Speaking at the ceremony held at the Supreme Islamic Council’s ground in Kanifing, Alhagie Karamo Jaiteh, the chairman of the Parent/Teachers Association, said the school enrolled one hundred and fifteen students, all under the guardian of Jainaba Dibba, the proprietress of the school, and that she has ensured that the wellbeing of the children was fully met.
He also stated that the reason for building the PTA was to help the staff of the school to make their work easier and to contribute in making the children get their education.
He also thanked the two men delegation from Senegal, saying that they have been with them for a long time.
He noted that parents who enrolled their children at the school would not regret bringing their children to the school.
Oustas Cham, a teacher at the school, said the gathering was so meaningful in the holy Quran.
Omar Quraish, the secretary general of the Arabic language in The Gambia, noted that women were now playing a very important role in memorizing the Holy Quran.
On behalf of the staff of the school, Oustas Sarr noted that they have been working very hard to ensure that the children memorize the Quran. He also thanked the proprietress of the school for making the environment conducive for them.
Jainaba Dibba, the proprietress of the school, also thanked the government for providing her the land to build the Quranic School.
Author: Ousman Camara