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Momodou Posted - 19 Mar 2016 : 15:12:20
Just found this booklet in my archives. "The Gambia Mourns Her Image" Thursday 30th July to Thursday 6th August 1981. By S. A. Bakarr. The booklet is a verbatim reporting resulting from the transcribed tapes monitored by the author and covering the scenes cast by the media...

Here is the scanned version of the book. It's over 140 pages and can take a lot of bandwidth to download. Don't attempt if you have a slow internet connection.
http://www.gambia.dk/downloads/gambia_mourns_her_image.pdf
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Momodou Posted - 30 Jul 2018 : 14:31:20
Kukoi Samba Sanyang coup 37 years today.

kiwi Posted - 19 Mar 2016 : 19:24:58
Looks interesting, quite a lot to read though.

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