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kobo



United Kingdom
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Posted - 21 Aug 2011 :  18:55:12  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
MYBASSE.WEBSITE WITH THE 1981 COUP FOR FACTS, WHICH IS PART OF NATION'S DNA AND POLITICAL HISTORY; RECOMMENDED FOR STUDIES AND ACADEMIC EXERCISE ONLY

1. Analysis: the July 30, 1981 Gambian Coup

2 Editorial Reflection: the 1981 Gambian Coup, Deciphered

WIKIPEDIA WITH Kukoi Sanyang

ALSO MORE USEFUL NOTES, INFORMATION AND FACTS CAN BE GATHERED FROM LINKS AND COMMENTS ON THESE RELATED BANTABA TOPICS;

1. Fast Forward, Rewind And Reflect- 2012

2. Riots in UK

PS: IT WOULD BE INTERESTING FOR SOMEONE TO HOPEFULLY REPLAY THE TAPES FROM RADIO GAMBIA ON FIRST SPEECHES OF COUP MAKERS AND COMPOSITION OF COUNCIL

Edited by - kobo on 21 Aug 2011 19:23:18

kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 26 Sep 2011 :  17:48:55  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
IS THIS A PLOY, ALERTING, DEPLOYING FEAR, MILITARISING THE STATE AND/OR FOR A STATE OF EMERGENCY AS ELECTIONS COMING TOWARDS 24TH NOVEMBER 2011

1. RELATED Kukoi Exposed Once Again mobilizing Santa and Co

2. DAILY OBSERVER NEWS Koukoie still plotting to destabilise The Gambia

3. FREEDOM Breaking News: Gambia: JAMMEH FIRES FOUR ARMY CAPTAINS!

4. DAILY OBSERVER NEWS Presidential boost for GAF, GPF

"The GAF and GFP chiefs who spoke at the occasion took turns to express gratitude to the Gambian leader for once again coming to their aid at a time when the demand for increased mobility within the services is required to further enhance their smooth operations. The Inspector General of GPF, Yankuba Sonko thanked the president for being a leader who knows what the security always needs. The police chief underscored that President Jammeh is development-oriented, reiterating that development cannot be achieved without peace and stability, which lies in the hands of the security services.

He added: “He [the president] knows when security needs equipment. We are going towards election and we don’t anticipate any problem, but for the fact that such a period always welcomes some problems at time, these vehicles that come at this right time will help us to combat any possible breach of peace during the period.” The IGP finally assured of their continuous loyalty to the president. The chief of Defence Staff (CDS) of GAF, Lieutenant General Masanneh Kinteh hailed the Gambian leader for boosting the logistics needs of the armed and security services of the country, while acknowledging all the previous support rendered to them by the commander-in-chief and the Gambia government.

“Two things are critical in military operations, which are communication and transportation. You cannot operate without these two vital things. Over the years the president has been coming out time and time again to present to the armed and security services the equipment that we need to be able discharge our duties and responsibilities,” he stated. CDS Kinteh reiterated that they are all cognizant of the fact that peace and stability is a necessity for any development to take place, while equally assuring that they are working in putting in place the contingencies that ensure that the forthcoming presidential election is hitch-free.

He seized the opportunity to renew GAF’s continuous loyalty to the leadership, the country and its people. The presentation ceremony was also witnessed by Cabinet ministers."
Daily Observer

Edited by - kobo on 26 Sep 2011 19:41:31
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