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Future bright for amazing Jarra brains

It is true that many Gambian intellects come from urban centres, but that norm will soon change.

Originally from Jarra Karantaba, Kajally Jobe and his sister, Ndey Aisha Jobe are without doubt among the brightest brains to have ever come from the Lower River Region , or even The Gambia, others may argue.

Kajally is also one of the youngest Gambian PhD holders in the UK. The young man has a PhD in chemistry with professional qualifications in Lean 6-Sigma, a method that provides organisations tools to improve the capability of their business processes.

Besides that, the Jarrangka also bagged a Professional Marketing (CIM Level 4) and Aglie Project Management (Practitioner).

He also has a BSc (hons) in Medicinal Biochemistry, MSc in Synthetic Chemistry with Industrial Collaboration.

Kajally’s honor-laden shelf did not stop there, as he is also a recipient of the Oxford University Press Outstanding Student Award.

Ndey Aisha Jobe, meanwhile, graduated Summa Cum Laude, otherwise known as the highest distinction, at the University of The Gambia (UTG) before elevating to one of Europe’s most prestigious universities, Uppsala University in Sweden where, she studied Statistics.

Brilliant Jobe also worked as research assistant for both the UTG and Uppsala University.


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