Glimpses of LUMO at My farm

On the 5th and 6th of December, African Startup My Farm was organising LUMO event. A vivid place, full of children who were able to enjoy in many workshops has also offered quite some stalls with gambian-made products. It was a nice way to spend weekend in december, especially for families.

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