The National Executive Members of the Citizens’ Alliance (C.A) party, led by Dr. Ismaila Ceesay, visited the Center for victims of human rights violations in The Gambia on Monday.
The visit, the party said in a statement, was in line with CA’s top ten priorities (2021-2025).
One such priority includes implementing every recommendation made by the state-established institutions vested with powers to function the transitional justice process, the statement indicated.
In welcoming the delegation, the Victims Centre’s Chairman, Sheriff Kijera, expressed gratitude to the C.A party for being the first political party to visit the Centre.
The C.A party leader and presidential candidate Dr. Ismaila Ceesay assured officials of the Victims Centre of his party’s unconditional willingness to ensure justice for all victims.
“As a result of the educative and enlightening exchange, the Citizens’ Alliance and the Victim Centre convened to squarely continue to discuss means through which the party can support the advocacy strategy of the Centre. To help support the healing process for the victims, the Citizens’ Alliance will provide an annual subvention to the Victims Centre. And most importantly, C.A will stand firm to ensure the full implementation of the TRRC’s final recommendations,” the statement indicated.