In a proactive move, the Damongo branch of the Gonjaland Youth Association (GLYA) has initiated a series of community stakeholder engagements, emphasizing the significance of collective support for the upcoming Gonjaland Youth Association Congress slated for 2024.
Commencing their outreach efforts, the GLYA team commenced with a courtesy call to the Chief of Laribanga, establishing a foundation for collaborative efforts. Subsequently, the team engaged with chiefs and elders in Mognori, fostering connections and understanding.
The community tour concluded on a positive note in Murugu, where the team was warmly received, and a productive dialogue ensued. Murugu residents expressed their elation at being recognized as integral members of the association, showcasing a palpable enthusiasm for actively supporting the GLYA cause.
This outreach initiative is pivotal, aiming to introduce the newly elected GLYA executives to communities not covered during the initial familiarization visit. The primary focus of these engagements is to discuss pertinent matters related to the impending Gonjaland Youth Association Congress, scheduled to take place in Damongo. The team is earnestly conveying the importance of unified efforts and widespread support to ensure the success of the congress.
As preparations gain momentum, the GLYA Damongo branch is fostering inclusivity and community involvement, setting the stage for a congress that reflects the collective spirit of the Gonjaland Youth Association.
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