In 2006, Ogbonna Mossie, founder and CEO, Toubakolong Partnership, is an American who was fortunate enough to secure ownership of over six acres of vacant land in Toubakolong, Gambia, with government permission to establish an economic development cooperative partnership with Gambians and Africans in the Diaspora, particularly from the United States where the Partnership has a base in Riceboro, Georgia. This land acquisition goes well beyond commercial interests; it is a realization of African Diasporic reunification, as articulated by the seller of the land, Mr. Alhaji Ceesey, upon the transfer of title to Mr. Mossi: "This land is not just yours, my son. This is the land of all our Brothers and Sisters who will come and work with us". At the same time, the head of the Toubakolong Village Development Committee stated, "Everyone is excited".
Ogbonna Mossi is a multimedia visual artist from Savannah, Georgia, who earned his B.A. degree (1988) at the prestigious Savannah College of Art & Design. Since, he has merged his creative life with various community programs and businesses focused on the development of our youth. This commitment was the impetus for his founding of the Toubakolong Partnership.
Today, Toubakolong and Ogbonna Mossi have invited your-inner-voice.com to share in that experience, for which, We are delighted!
You can too and you are cordially invited! For more information feel free to contact Toubakolong. Email Toubakolong Partnership
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