Ebou Faye, the candidate for the ruling National People’s Party for the Mayoral Elections In Banjul, has congratulated the incumbent Mayor Rohey Malick Lowe on her re-election.
In a statement released on Sunday, Faye said he accepted the results of the election and congratulated Lowe on her victory. He also thanked his supporters for their hard work and dedication during the campaign.
CONGRATULATIONS TO LORD MAYORESS RE-ELECT ROHEY MALICK LOWE
I am writing to offer my congratulations on your victory in the mayoral election. The people of Banjul have spoken, placing their trust in you to lead our city into the future. I want to express my deep respect for the decision of Banjulians. Your victory will offer you another opportunity to serve our beloved capital city with distinction.
I also want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to the electorate of Banjul who participated in this democratic process. It is through their active engagement and thoughtful consideration that our city’s future has been decided. Their commitment to civic responsibility and their unwavering belief in our shared vision for a better city is truly commendable.
The challenges ahead are significant, and the responsibilities of leading our city require leadership, strength, resilience, and an unwavering commitment to the well-being of our citizens. This will require you to unite Banjulians for the transformation we are all yearning for our beloved city.
Lastly, I want to express my gratitude to the President, my party, and the many individuals who supported my campaign. Your belief in my vision, your tireless efforts, and your unwavering dedication to our community have touched me deeply. Although the outcome may not have been what we hoped for, I am grateful for the opportunity to have served as the NPP candidate, to have engaged in meaningful discussions, and to have been part of a democratic process that embodies the essence of our great nation.
Banjul NPP Mayoral Candidate