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The United Democratric Party (UDP) Puts Forward Its Non Negotiable Demands

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Aji Mariama Secka UDP Deputy Leader

Aji Mariama Secka UDP Deputy Leader

UDP Youth Secretary General Solo Sandeng

UDP Youth Secretary General Solo Sandeng

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The woman managing the state-sponsored crisis of the Gambia’s main opposition United Democratic Party has issued a press statement listing the party’s uncompromising demands. Mariam Secka’s demands include unconditional release of all detainees, and that investigation be launched on the reported death of Solo Sandeng and brutal torture of detainees.

Read below the UDP’s Press Release in detail:

UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY (UDP)

PRESS RELEASE

The Executive Committee

Bamba Mass @ May 4, 2016

MY COMMANDER IN CHIEF PRESIDENT JAMMEH SHOULD NOW STEP DOWN TO AVOID CONFLICT IN THE GAMBIA

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Kebba Samateh UK

Kebba Samateh UK

Dear Mr Editor,

Please allow me some space in your wisely read newspaper to express my fears to the Gambians President my commander in Chief. Your Excellency I was an immigration officer of nearly 16 years of service to my country and have been among your security officials who used to go your farms to work to help you. Sir I know for sure most of us in the security have served you diligently with dedicated and loyalty. We praise sing your name and run after your vehicle, we obeyed your orders without asking whether

Bamba Mass @ May 3, 2016

THE GAMBIA: THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM FROM TORTURE, MURDER, FORCED DISAPPEARANCE, INCARCERATION AND EXILE, FOR EVERY GAMBIAN

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Gambian protesters deserve rights to their basic freedoms

Jammeh must respect Gambians rights! 

Author: Mathew K. Jallow

Author: Mathew K. Jallow

By Mathew K Jallow

As an inter-party round-table discussion panel gets underway at the IEC, a significant element is missing; Ousainou Darboe, UDP party leader; Gambia’s largest opposition. No one knows what the Inter-party discussions are about yet, what is clear is that with leaders of the main opposition illegally held in detention for exercising their constitutional rights, it is not the

Yanks Dabo @ May 2, 2016

THE GAMBIA WAVE OF PROTESTS HITS NORWAY

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Gambians & Friends of The Gambia at the solidarity gathering in Oslo

Gambians & Friends of The Gambia at the solidarity gathering in Oslo

The wave of protest to show solidarity with victims of the recent crackdown on peaceful demonstrators in Gambia has reached the shores of Scandinavia where the waves finally hit the city of Oslo yesterday evening Friday 29th April at 4:30pm. After attending the normal Friday prayers and listening to a strong sermon  from an eloquent Imam who touched on holding fast to the truth in this world come what may, concerned Gambians and friends

Landing Nyassi @ April 30, 2016

GAMBIA IS IN WRONG HANDS. REGIME CHANGE IS EMINENT.

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Momodou Lamin Korta

Author: Momodou Lamin Korta

By Momodou Lamin Korta

The Gambia has experience the worst moment of its history in the past 22 years since the junta regime came in to power. President Yahya Jammeh came in to power through the barrel of the Gun some two decades ago. We where very young when this man and some few un educated in experience soldiers walk in to our lives claiming to change the direction of the country to not only suit the younger generation that’s the present generation but the entire Gambian population.

I

Bamba Mass @ April 29, 2016

KILLING AND OPPRESSION OF OUR PEOPLE GOT TO STOP; JAMMEH MUST GO!

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The crowd out side high court premises in Banjul

The crowd out side high court premises in Banjul

By Mai Kanyi

The cliquish regime of yahya Jammeh and the APRC became the object of contempt in the Gambia for its illegitimacy and record of misrule coupled with harsh survival tactics. The regime became dependent on ferocious repression ,executive lawlessness and impunity to enforce the iron- fisted control it imposed over the country. Despite the pretense of a return to civil rule in 1996,  the Gambia still remains a “sham democracy” no credible elections

Landing Nyassi @ April 28, 2016

SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS: DARBOE & CO BETWEEN MILE II AND COURT; REGIME’S STRATEGY FOR SURVIVAL

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Defiant Protesters around the High Court in Banjul

Defiant Protesters around the High Court in Banjul

Paramilitary Personnel on guard around high court in Banjul

Paramilitary Personnel on guard around high court in Banjul

By Gambiankolu

Today marks the third time when the Gambian prominent opposition leader Lawyer H Darboe and the co were brought to court hearing since their arrest and detention following the peaceful march geared towards the release of the detained UDP youth wing leader Solo Sandeng and his colleagues. The

Landing Nyassi @ April 27, 2016

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