NAM Aspirant Bubacarr FM Colley vows to wage war against environmental pollution if elected
POLITICS: National Assembly Aspirant Bubacarr FM Colley vows to wage war against environmental pollution if elected NAM for Kombo South
Bubacarr FM Colley ESQ, an aspiring candidate for National Assembly for Kombo South has vowed to wage war against environmental pollution, depletion of the region’s marine resources, poverty, unemployment, and above all fight to restore respect for the people of Kombo South if elected MP for the constituency in the April 9 parliamentary elections.
Kombo South is rich in marine and natural resources but also home to serious environmental degradation, depletion of marine resources with half a dozen Fishmeal factories along the coastal settlements as well as rampant illigal sand mining activities.
Well, a 30 year old Prosecutor and a Legal officer for the Gambia’s Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Bubacarr FM Colley has pledged to do something about these menance in Kombo South if the people of the constituency vote for him as their National Assembly Member come the 9 April parliamentary elections. The young lawyer is a passionate environmental activist and defender who has been at the forefront of campaigns against environmental pollution and the abuse of the region’s marine resources.
The 30 year old trained lawyer from Jambanjelly aims to run as an independent candidate. He currently works as a Prosecutor and a Legal officer (lawyer ) for the Gambia’s Drug Law Enforcement Agency.
He told GunjurOnline:
“I AM FIRMLY IN THE RACE FOR NATIONAL ASSEMBLY MEMBER FOR KOMBO SOUTH 2022.
I therefore have chosen to continue without distraction to pursue my vision in the race.
I will remain focused on the objective of providing a competent representation that will help unite our country and build a nation, wage a decisive war against ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION and the depletion of our marine resources, poverty and unemployment, and I will fight to restore respect for the people of Kombo south in particular and The Gambia 🇬🇲 a large. It is my humble and well-considered view that National assembly representative requires competence and not age and here I'm my people.”
Gambias will return to the polls on 9th April 2022 in parliamentary elections to elect lawmakers for the next five years.