Thursday, 31 January 2013 23:03(JollofNews) – The British High Commission in Banjul recently donated 200 books to the country’s Mile Two Prison.
The books had been donated by previous members of High Commission staff before they departed The Gambia at the end of their tours as well as members of the British community living in the country
Following recent discussions with prison officials, the British High Commission donated the books which included fiction novels, dictionaries, educational learning books and encyclopaedias to the prison where it is hoped they will help the prisoner's education and literacy skills.
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