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PRESIDENT JAMMEH THREATENS EU OVER AFRICAN IMMIGRANTS – VIDEO COURTESY OF PATA PJ

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“THEY COULD NOT EVEN KILL A SINGLE GAMBIAN SOLDIER”, BRAGS DICTATOR JAMMEH OWLISHLY

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GAMBIA'S RAGING MONSTER

GAMBIA’S RAGING MONSTER

 

 Sulayman Jeng

Sulayman Jeng

Perhaps when a non-Gambian who knows little or nothing about the repressed tiny West African state hears President Jammeh speaks from afar would be tempted to think the Gambia is not only a nuclear super power but a country whose citizen use banknotes as toilet tissues, walk on gold-paved roads and enjoy excessive freedom. In other words, each Gambian has a slice of heaven delivered at his/her doorstep each morning under the leadership of Africa’s King of impunity

Speaking to a crowd of helpless Gambian youths, incorrigible Monster Jammeh said

Sulayman Jeng @ May 28, 2015

Join/Support Independence, Republic & Democracy For The Gambia

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Burama JammehOn February 18, 1965 (about ½ a century) our nation was granted independence and formally a republic on April 24, 1970. The 2 key words here are ‘Independence’ and ‘Republic’. Independence is self-determination that was stolen by colonialism in the first place. Republic is our equitable ownership.  Naturally if we have a shared ownership over a piece of properly that cannot be conceivably divided – we ought to find a common management. That brought in democracy – our equal participation in the management of our common undividable property.

The roots of our political problems can be traced close to our founding. Independence, Republic and Democracy in the context

Sulayman Jeng @ May 28, 2015

“THE GAMBIAN STRUGGLE”: Is it Much Ado About Nothing or …?

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GAMBIAN YOUTHS WHO NEED RESIST OPPRESSION

GAMBIAN YOUTHS WHO NEED RESIST OPPRESSION

Gambian Protesters

Gambian Protesters

We all love the Gambia, but many of us despise and hate that regime, but we MUST NOT cherry pick our criticisms of this Monster and his regime, based on whose sensibilities we want to, or do not want to offend. The Gambian people deserve to know a lot, post-Jammeh, so that her history will record that, and our future historians will research and debate these burning issues of our time, and judge where we failed, complicit, succeeded, or complacent. They will write about us. 

In

Sulayman Jeng @ May 28, 2015

THE CALIPH GENERAL’S CASE: THE ACCEPTABLE OUTCOME

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 JUSTICE PREVAIL FOR THE OPPRESED

JUSTICE PREVAIL FOR THE OPPRESED

A traumatic ten months later, the end of a journey that should never have commenced. But having started, it should not have lasted even a month. And how admirably His Worship, Magistrate Ebrima Jaiteh (His Worship Jaiteh) ended the shame that engulfed the Brikama Magistrates’ Court in the case of Inspector General of Police v Caliph General of Darsilami Sangajor, Sheikh Muhideen Hydara, and Buyeh Touray!

Congratulations are in order for the courage and technical competence demonstrated by His Worship Jaiteh in acquitting the accused persons of baseless criminal charges. In

Sulayman Jeng @ May 28, 2015

“GAMBIA’S ECONOMY AT A CROSSROAD”, SAYS IMF

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Kanilai Bakery Farm

Kanilai Bakery Farm

Dictator Jammeh

Dictator Jammeh

 

As the Gambian unapologetic monster is set to waste millions of taxpayers money on his birthday, IMF has disclosed that the country’s economy life-supporting machine has rusted. To resuscitate it,the Gambian economy requires strong corrective actions and comprehensive reforms to neutralise its current challenges and set it on a path to sustainable higher growth rate, the International Monetary Fund has said in a report.

The IMF Country Report on The Gambia, which

Sulayman Jeng @ May 23, 2015

JAMMEH EMBARRASSES GAMBIA AT ECOWAS; BIDS TO BE LIFE PRESIDENT

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Why does this man always embarrasses Gambia, from his dressings, claims, remarks, actions, inactions and even his dreams and wishes embarrasses Gambia!

This man always embarrasses Gambia, from his dressings, claims, remarks, actions, inactions and even his dreams and aspirations!

By Pata PJ Saidykhan

When news leaked that ECOWAS were to table a proposal at their next sitting to explore the possibility of instituting presidential term limits for member states, I thought it was sarcasm. I thought it was an expensive prank until I saw it on the regional body’s site. Then I thought it was a waste of time because a few African

Yanks Dabo @ May 22, 2015

YAHYA JAMMEH AND NEPHEW, FAURE GNASSINGBE, BLOCK TERM LIMITS TO PRESIDENCY IN WEST AFRICA

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Gambian leader boycotted the meeting and send his errand lady Isatou Njie Saidy to attend..

Gambian leader boycotted the meeting and sent his errand lady Isatou Njie Saidy to attend..

The Gambian dictator Yahya Jammeh and his only nephew, Faure Gnassingbe, son of late Togolese Dictator, Gnassignbe Eyadema, shamelessly denied West African citizens a stable and democratic future yesterday, by refusing to set a term limit to their tenure in power.

The Heads of States of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) hoped to reach an agreement at their summit in Accra, Ghana, on Tuesday, May 19, to limit the terms of presidents in the sub-region to two

Yanks Dabo @ May 20, 2015