The family of the late Morro Fofana is soliciting support from people to send his body for a fitting burial in the Gambia. Fofana, who hailed from Jarra Sankwia in Lower River Region, met his untimely death in a train accident in Rome, Italy, last week.

The late Morro is hailed for his hard work, respect and piety. The young man in the mid-20s traveled to Italy some years ago with the ultimate aim of striving hard to help his family back home. In fact, he died on his way to send remittance to his mother in the Gambia.

Morro’s brother in the United Kingdom who flew to Rome said efforts are currently in the pipeline to repatriate the body home. On behalf of the family, Yahya Fofana is appealing to people, particularly Gambians in the diaspora to help them repatriate Morro’s remains.   

Whoever wants to assist can do so   would through the account below:

Account name: UK Jarra Association
Sort code: 20-90-08
Account no. 23156184
Bank: Barclays
using his name: ‘MORRO’ as the reference.

Those outside UK can use the following details to donate:

IBAN is: GB92 BARC 2090 0823 1561 84

The Barclays UK SWIFT (or SWIFTBIC) code is BARCGB22

While we pray for Morro’s soul to have Eternal Bliss and grant him Jannatul Firdaus, let’s help our deceased Gambian brother get a decent and fitting burial at home.

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