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Momodou



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Posted - 30 Dec 2017 :  13:34:35  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Barrow on Chinese Television
By Madi Jobarteh

Honestly the interview was just bad!

Lack of coherence of ideas. Lack of understanding of global dynamics. Lack of knowledge about China!

Barrow needs technicians:

1. Policy analysts
2. International relations analysts
3. Historians
4. Media and Communications experts
5. International Development and Trade experts

Barrow needs smart and objective advisors who are only interested in his success and the good of The Gambia and not just how much money they can get away with.

Am truly offended that they could abandon Barrow to fend for himself before a young journalist who came to realize the innocence of our president. Her sarcastic interjections and gestures exposed her bewilderment at the unpreparedness of our president.

Where are the institutions under the Office of the President that are expected to provide information and analysis and advice to guide the head of state? Where is PAU? Policy Analysis Unit. Where is the Office of Public Relations and Press? Where are the Foreign Ministry officials? Why didnít they brief Barrow adequately?

Barrow himself needs to ask questions to update himself. For every international visit he must request a full dossier on that country and its leadership, history and political system among others. He must summon his team to do a review of issues well before they leave Banjul.

For any international media interview he must equip himself with facts and figures about The Gambia and the host country and the world. He needs to quote numbers and percentages and periods. Thatís how leaders control their interviews, command attention and respect from foreign journalists and leaders. He needs to have at least some basic idea about the international system and law in terms of UN declarations and resolutions and instruments.

This interview calls for an urgent debriefing at the Office of the President so that immediate remedies are put in place.

A clear concience fears no accusation - proverb from Sierra Leone
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