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HON. OMAR A. JALLOW (OJ) 50TH INDEPENDENCE INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS

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By: PPP Media

OJ-PPP POLITICAL HEAVY WEIGHT

OJ – PPP POLITICAL HEAVY WEIGHT

Hon. OJ had a series of Online Radio interviews on Gainako and Freedom radios on the week of February 18th, 2015, to commemorate Gambia’s 50th Independence anniversary. The purpose of the interview blitz was to set the records straight, comparatively, and to give the fitting tribute to our Independence heroes. The AFPRC junta and Dictator Yahya Jammeh have spent 20 years minimizing and downplaying our attainment of independence from British colonial rule. The PPP under the leadership of Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara fought and attained independence with its coalition partners. They did this with

Yanks Dabo @ February 26, 2015

THE PROMISE OF TRUE INDEPENDENCE REMAINS ELUSIVE UNDER JAMMEH

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CORDEG logoAs Gambia marks fifty years of political independence, CORDEG salutes the country’s founding fathers and people of Gambia for their vision, accomplishments and forbearance at this most difficult period in the country’s history.  The immediate post-independence period and the first republic, in particular, had their share of challenges and lost opportunities.  Yet, together they set the country on a trajectory of peace and development. Gambians should take pride in these accomplishments, and at the same time, must reflect on current and enduring national challenges.

For the most part, the promise of true independence has remained elusive, as Gambia and Gambians are today less secure than before

Yanks Dabo @ February 26, 2015

EFFORTS TO REBUILD POST – JAMMEH

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A. SAVAGE-A SEASONED VETERAN SOLDIER

Abdul Savage – The Author

By Abdul Savage

As much as we are spending time fighting the old, I respectfully submit that we must devote, equally as well, some time to plan to rebuild anew.

Now, when democracy and stability are restored in the Gambia, how do we go about rebuilding? Yes, true, we will secure and get international funding to help rebuild post-Jammeh, but wouldn’t it be prudent, wise and helpful to know that a band of Gambians has taken the initiative to pre-empt the rebuilding efforts? Yes, it would be.

We must not set ourselves up

Yanks Dabo @ February 26, 2015

TERRORISM IS DEFINITELY NOT WELCOME IN ISLAM!!!!!

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LAMIN SADDAM SANYANG

LAMIN SADDAM SANYANG – The Author

By Lamin Saddam Sanyang The Netherlands

Islam never tolerates unprovoked aggression from its own side; Muslims are commanded in the Glorious Qur’an not to begin hostilities, embark on any act of aggression, violate the rights of others, or harm the innocent. Even hurting or destroying animals or trees is forbidden. War is waged only to defend the religious community against oppression and persecution, because the Qur’an says that “persecution is worse than slaughter” and “let there be no hostility except to those who practice oppression” (Qur’an 2:190-193). Therefore, if non-Muslims are peaceful or indifferent to Islam,

Yanks Dabo @ February 26, 2015

HISTORICAL REVISIONISM: JAMMEH-STYLE

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GAMBIA'S POLITICAL WHORE

GAMBIA’S POLITICAL WHORE

UNCLE SIDI-A VOICE OF REASON

UNCLE SIDI-A VOICE OF REASON

“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” ― George Orwell

Historical revisionism is the act of deliberate distortion of historical fact and evidence for political, social and cultural purposes.

The old Soviet Union and present-day North Korea, an ally of The Gambia, may have perfected the art but the Gambian dictator is attempting at refining it in the most brazen and blatantly inept way that characterizes the dictatorship.

To understand the reason for

Sulayman Jeng @ February 25, 2015

Gambia Running out of Reserves

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Amadou Colley The CBG Governor,

Amadou Colley The CBG Governor

The Gambia’s reserves decelerated to 11.9 per cent in 2014 substantially lower than the growth of 15. 1 per cent in 2013.

This was disclosed yesterday at a press briefing held at the conference room of the Central Bank of The Gambia (CBG) by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the bank.

The latest estimates from the Gambia Bureau of Statistics (GBoS) also indicated that the country’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) contracted by 1.4 per cent in 2014, compared to the growth of 4.6 per cent and 5.9 per cent in 2013 and 2012 respectively.

“Growth in reserve money decelerated to

Landing Nyassi @ February 25, 2015

THE RIPPLE EFFECT OF DICTATOR JAMMEHH’S SELECTIVE AMNESTY

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GAMBIA'S DELUDED MONSTER

GAMBIA’S DELUDED MONSTER

LONDON DEMONSTRATORS

LONDON DEMONSTRATORS

In the wake of the Banjul failed December coup aftermath, many were in grandstanding that the 50th nationhood celebration will be evoked in history not for its imposing rituals but its impressive political resuscitation. Nevertheless, as predicted, Dictator Jammeh saddled his unbridled tomfoolery in his exclusive with GRTS DG Kebba Dibba. At one point, one was tempted to conclude, “That is it”; Jammeh will leave his sceptics’ mouths ajar by decongesting the prisons, freeing all political detainees and extending a blanket amnesty to all Gambian nonconformists in the

Sulayman Jeng @ February 22, 2015