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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 22 Jun 2011 :  14:49:57  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
TODAY DAILY OBSERVER NEWS WITH THESE;

1. Voting for APRC

2. Bakau youths want 95% victory for President Jammeh As they convene solidarity rally in support of APRC

3. 45 Year Old APRC Militant New chief for Niamina Dankunku

Edited by - kobo on 22 Jun 2011 14:50:22

kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2011 :  14:28:19  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
RELATED;

1. 95% Landslide victory certain for Jammeh/APRC

2. MORE TRACTORS FOR CHEIFS

3. DAILY OBSERVER NEWS Governor Sanneh urges Gambians to vote for President Jammeh

4. Gambians have abandoned opposition, says APRC national mobiliser


5. UDP: Mayor Colley’s comments ‘unfounded’

Edited by - kobo on 24 Jun 2011 14:08:17
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 24 Jun 2011 :  13:57:28  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
Excess abuse of public office
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 26 Jun 2011 :  21:07:03  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
Paramount Chief urges Gambians to go back to the land
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 27 Jun 2011 :  20:52:59  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
I regret being in the opposition Says defector

Edited by - kobo on 27 Jun 2011 20:53:25
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 30 Jun 2011 :  18:19:49  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
Task Force for massive re-election of President Jammeh on the move
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 06 Jul 2011 :  13:22:30  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
DAILY OBSERVER Modou Dahaba adopted as ‘father’

"At least, 700 youths from Kunkujang Keitaya Village in Kombo North on Sunday 3rd July, 2011, organised a political rally at the Wellingara Football Field in Kombo North District of the West Coast Region, during which they adopted Modou Dahaba as their father."DAILY OBSERVER REPORT

A "POLITICAL RALLY" IS NOT A "POLITICAL CAMPAIGN" IN GAMBIAN POLITICS ACCORDING TO I.E.C (FOR CAMPAIGN PERIOD IS 11 DAYS ONLY BEFORE GENERAL ELECTIONS)
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Janyanfara



Tanzania
1350 Posts

Posted - 06 Jul 2011 :  13:36:59  Show Profile Send Janyanfara a Private Message
Is this some kind of propagander for the APRC Mr.campaign manager for Europe?
I remember in the Vetnam war all American media and news outlets were reporting 10,000 vetcogs killed at so and so another would report 200,000 vetcogs died at so and so, 5,000 were bombed at so and so. So I took the Japannese calculator and added it up.You know what I found, the Americans have killed twice the porpulation of vetnam. who the hell were they fighting?
APRC this APRC that! is all propagander otherwise let them not campaign and leave all to what Yahya Jaufuruntu did for the Gambian people do the voting!. I bet you not only would Yahya not loose but woefully. You, I and everyone includding Jammeh and his gang knew they are hide while their backsides are exposed.The government has been campaigning since last swearing in of Yahya after the last elections with scare mongerings intimidations, inprisonments and all sorts. Who are they fooling kobo? Because even great child Moe would not easily buy into such crap.
If the APRC is even 50% sure of a resounding victory, let them sit down and allow Yahya's work and love for the Gambian people do the campaign and we see what would happen even if Mr. Carayol would love to hand the presidency to him on a silver plater.Let no chief intimidate, let no commissioner get involoved or the uniform service.10% if he gets call me what ever.But you know kobo these criminals are more not confortable with their performance that you and I.That is the bottom line.

Edited by - Janyanfara on 06 Jul 2011 13:45:01
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Dembish



Gambia
284 Posts

Posted - 06 Jul 2011 :  14:30:54  Show Profile Send Dembish a Private Message
Janyafara Yaya jammeh at times is "Kufang" in Mandinka (over proude)or "opal" in wollof, when he is in such mood, he speaks from his stomach rather than his brain.Do you remember the 99 percent electrification promise he made ten years ago and promised that he will not celebrate jully 22 the next year if he did not achieve that target.Now ten years have past, 80 percent of the nation is in darkness and he did not missed a single celebration of jully 22 as far as i am aware of.Where is the Gambia oil promised to be exporting five years back?
Jammeh will be the first Candidate to start this year's campaign that is a foregone conclusion.He is just making the usual "Kufangya" .

There is no egg without a chicken, and no chicken without egg.

Edited by - Dembish on 06 Jul 2011 14:38:47
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 13 Jul 2011 :  21:24:29  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
THE POINT NEWSPAPER WITH Development cannot be separated from politics – Dr Saja Taal on APRC Taskforce Sensitization Meeting Ahead 2011
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 13 Jul 2011 :  23:41:30  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
RELATED 2011 PRESIDENTIAL TOUR COVERAGE
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 17 Sep 2011 :  10:00:52  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
UPDATES FROM DAILY OBSERVER NEWS;

1. APRC national youth mobiliser’s tour progresses

2. LRR reaffirms support for APRC

3. APRC youth mobiliser’s tour reaches WCR
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 19 Sep 2011 :  13:31:30  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
DAILY OBSERVER NEWS D1.5M worth of campaign materials for President Jammeh
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 20 Sep 2011 :  21:04:08  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
RELATED EMBRACE HIS LEADERSHIP
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 27 Sep 2011 :  17:24:08  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
THE POINT 'APRC is ever ready says national mobiliser

"Tuesday, September 27, 2011

With its eyes focused on key opposition strongholds in the Lower River Region notably the districts of Kiang West, Kiang Central and Jarra Central ahead of the forthcoming presidential election, the ruling Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction (APRC) party looks more comfortable than many think. While opposition parties struggle to make headway, after sources say attempts to form a united front failed, Yankuba Colley the National Mobiliser of the APRC party yesterday told this paper, in an interview, that his party is ever ready to face the test, come 24th November. “We are not a party that will only wait for elections to go out to the people to look for their votes. We are ever ready and, come 24th November, the results will show, because we have the grassroots support, which ensures the steering of the party to victory,” Yankuba Colley told this reporter. According to Colley, the APRC has been with the people at the grassroots from the day it firscame to power, and the people know the party is with them. “Coming towards election time, you can even see the way we are moving. APRC is a grassroots party, and it is the only party having structures all over the country,” he stated.

Colley, who said he does not prefer to talk about the opposition, because they do not form part of his agenda, also told this reporter that the issue of a united front by the opposition is a laughing matter. “It always makes me laugh, for the simple reason that whether they are together or fragmented, they still form a little percentage of the votes of this country. So whether they all join together to become one, it’s going to be the same percentage,” he said, adding that with the APRC it’s all the same. He further stated that opposition parties registering 10 or less votes can never shake the ruling APRC, which he said, will register 90% of the votes cast, come November 2011. “How can that shake us? It’s not possible,” he remarked. “People of this country love progress, and they are happy with what the APRC is doing. What we are working on now is how many percentages we are going to register and, as indicated in our rallies, regions are competing among themselves on who will score the highest percentage of votes for the APRC party,” Colley noted. In his view, with its track record, the ruling APRC is not competing with any opposition party in this country, but rather competing at the regional level because, as he put it, his party has nothing to compete for with the opposition.

Commenting on the just-concluded countrywide familiarization tour by the new National Youth Mobiliser of the party, Colley said the tour was purely a familiarization tour, and not a political campaign.
“The APRC believes in the grassroots, and so if anybody is appointed to such positions, he or she goes out and meets with the people at the grassroots level, and talk to them,” he added.

Colley also revealed that the new National Women Mobiliser will soon go on a familiarization tour to meet and discuss with the people at the grassroots. He further told this reporter that, come Wednesday, there will be another mass defection from the opposition to the APRC as the party will be holding a political rally in Jarra Sy-Kunda in the Lower River Region. “We have an agenda and our agenda is how to make the people of The Gambia live in peace, progress and harmony,” he concluded. The constituencies of Kiang West, Kiang Central and Jarra Central have, since the advent of the July 22nd Revolution in 1994, been key opposition strongholds and any shift in their political allegiance will mean a lot in the country’s political history, political analysts have said.

Analysts, however, expressed the view that this will be an uphill task for the ruling APRC, whose leader, President Yahya Jammeh will be seeking a fourth five-year term of office in the November polls.

A total number of 837, 029 (Eight Hundred and Thirty Seven Thousand, Twenty Nine) people have registered to vote in the November polls, showing a massive increase over the 670,336 registered voters for the last elections.

Author: Lamin B. Darboe"

Edited by - kobo on 27 Sep 2011 17:25:32
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 30 Sep 2011 :  12:52:50  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
DAILY OBSERVER NEWS;

1. GFA boss rallys LRR youths behind President Jammeh

2. URR APRC regional committee set for mega fund raising show

Edited by - kobo on 30 Sep 2011 12:53:55
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