I feel very happy when I received the news of my wife's delivery at the above mentioned Health Centre. I have been married since 2006 without a child.
Thanks to Allah, through your treatment I am now blessed with a baby boy. It is because of this that I would like to name my child after you. I am also praying to Allah to give you long life, happiness and prosperity. May Allah continue to shower his blessings on you and to remain as our President forever.
My wife and family are always praying for you to serve this country for life as President. This is due to the free services you are rendering to the human beings both in The Gambia and outside the country.
I remain to be your obedient follower
Mr. Bailo Barry
Your Excellency Sheikh Professor Dr. Alhaji Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh, it is indeed the greatest pleasure and honour bestowed in me, and my family members at large to write this letter to you.
Your Excellency, I am very pleased to inform you that my wife Takou, who was part of the last year's Infertility Treatment programme in Kanilai, delivered a bouncing baby boy, named after you on the 30th May 2012.
Your Excellency, I am expressing my heartfelt congratulation and profound gratitude, with my sincere appreciation to you and your family members, based on your tireless efforts towards humanity. And would want to tell you that you have improved my life to a higher standard which cannot be overemphasized. And not only here in The Gambia but also in all black societies in our sub-region, everyone should recognize you as a Pan African which you lead by example and always stand as a role model to show support to the black society.
Your Excellency in conclusion I am praying for the Almighty Allah who has all the powers to continue guiding you with peace and more valuable effort in your conduct in order for you and us to attain the Vision 2020 blue print in support of your dynamic leadership.
Please accept the assurance of my highest consideration and esteem.
Long live to Your Excellency
Long live the entire family
Long live to the Cabinet
Long live to the APRC party
Long live to the whole nation