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kobo



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Posted - 03 Jan 2014 :  03:43:36  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message



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1. ‘2013 failed to produce desired results for opposition’

The leader of the opposition National Reconciliation Party (NRP), Hamat Bah, has described the year 2013 as though a peaceful year, but one that failed to produce the desired results all Gambians in the opposition expected, among them a united opposition speaking and acting with one voice.

Bah, who was speaking at a press conference held at the NRP bureau along Kairaba Avenue on Tuesday, said the year 2013 had seen the opposition fail in taking up the challenge to restore democracy, human rights and the rule of law in our dear motherland in unity.

‘‘But as parties registered to operate on democratic principles, we will never be able to do that without engaging in the democratic process and engage the ruling APRC…,’’ he stated......

Source: The Point News & Full Report

2. Jammeh has no Opposition in the Gambia. by Mansa Musa

When one speaks of opposition, one is inclined to think that no matter how small their numbers their voices are heard in the society in which they live. Such is not the case in Yaya Jammeh’s Gambia.

It is disheartening to realize that all the efforts Gambians in the diaspora are exerting on Jammeh’s person and the constant pressure in exposing his misrule, the Gambian opposition Leaders are not following up by keeping the pressure on the ground. In the final analyses, the state of mute of the Leaders on the ground can in effect lead to discouragement of Activists in the Diaspora. Granted some will say the situation on the ground is different and that the leaders are doing what they can on the ground. I totally disagree with this notion because the leaders are doing NOTHING on the ground. No one asks them to call for riots or war or coup d’état, the least people expect them to do is raise banners and organize protest march......

Source: Maafanta.Com & Full Report

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Edited by - kobo on 04 Jan 2014 03:34:44
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