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REJOINDER: GAMBIAN BRAINS BENEFITING THE OUTSIDE WORLD -- EXPOSING JAMMEH'S HATRED FOR SUCCESSFUL GAMBIANS IN THE DIASPORA!
Saturday, December 20, 2014 (925 reads)


REJOINDER: GAMBIAN BRAINS BENEFITING THE OUTSIDE WORLD -- EXPOSING JAMMEH'S HATRED FOR SUCCESSFUL GAMBIANS IN THE DIASPORA

BY AN INSIDER BANJUL

Dear Editor Pa,

Please allow me to commend the writer who penned the above title and your medium for further educating young Gambians about the damage this brutal dictator has done to our country. The list, compiled mostly from the professional profiles of many from LinkedIn network, is admittedly not comprehensive.  There are many high achieving Gambians abroad serving public international organizations, governments and the private sector, who do not have a LinkedIn profile; however, special commendation go to the writer for the initiative to further expose the brutal dictator's hatred for his own successful people in the Diaspora.  Gambians should be reminded that the dictator's gloom and doom prophecies at the time of sacking some of the distinguished Gambian professionals in the writers list further demonstrates this government's incompetence and their lack of good judgment.




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GAMBIAN BRAINS BENEFITING THE OUTSIDE WORLD; JAMMEH HAS KILLED GAMBIA'S HUMAN RESOURCES!
Saturday, December 20, 2014 (3168 reads)


Dear Pa,

This list was compiled by some Gambians in the diaspora and we thought we should share it with The Gambians. Some of them were sacked by Jammeh and he said anyone whom he sacked will suffer. We are compiling more and will forward to you. We have so many talented Gambians whom if the country was democratic, they will contribute their quota to national development either directly or directly.

Keep it up.

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Bakary Colley

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Musa Sillah

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Abu Jallow

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Mustapha Corr

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Abu Camara

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Abdou Kadir Touray

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Seedy Keita

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Abdoulie Sireh Jallow

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Jawara Gaye

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Bambo Samateh

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Buba Barrow

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Seedy Njie

Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia

Omar Touray, Ph.d

Islamic Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Lamin Barrow

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

 Ebrima A Faal, Ph.d

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Mam Tut Wadda

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Amie Sey

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Sering Cham

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Suwareh Darboe

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Aboubacarr Sankareh

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Malleh Saine

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Lamin Drammeh

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Baboucarr Komma

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

 Basil Jones, Ph.d

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

 Yoro Baldeh, Ph.d

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Sering Jallow

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Ousman Gajigo, Ph.d

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Amie Sey

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Alieu Ngum

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Malleh Saine

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Baboucarr Sarr, Ph.d

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Mr.  Kijera

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Salieu Jack

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Alagie Ceesay

African Development Bank, Ivory Coast

Kumba Ceesay Marenah

UN Women, South Sudan

Lare Ceesay

UNDP, Botswana

Aisha Camara

UNFPA, Botswana

Amadou Wadda

Africa Finance Corporation, Nigeria

Bathi Baldeh

Africa Finance Corporation, Nigeria

Nuru Jobe

ECREE, Cape Verde

Bah Saho

ECREE, Cape Verde

Cherno Gaye

East Africa at Century Private, Rwanda

Jack Thomasi

WAMI, Ghana

Lamin Jarju

WAMI, Ghana

Bintou Jagne

WAMI, Ghana

Mr Mamboureh

WAMI, Ghana

Mr Sissoho

WAMI, Ghana

Gibril Jaw, Ph.d

Maritime Academy, Ghana

Ebou Jarjue

Maritime Academy, Ghana

Sheriffo Jammeh

UN, Cambodia

Sainey Ceesay

IFMIS, Ghana

Alagie Gaye

ECOWAS, Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority, Ghana

Amie Gaye

UNDP, USA

Sering Falu Njie

UNDP, USA

Alieu Wadda

WHO, Nigeria

Abdourahman Darboe

Al Mazroui Medical and Chemical Supplies, Dubai

Malick Badjie

Investment Solutions at Silk, UK

Malick Ceesay

UN, Afghanistan

Moses Jenkins

Central Bank of Afghanistan, Afghanistan

Lamin Leigh

IMF, USA

Alieu Demba

IMF, USA

Bamba Saho

IMF, USA

Buah Saidy

IMF, USA

Baba Jarjusey

West African Power Pool, Benin

AK Njie

West African Power Pool, Benin

Sainabou Taal

World Trade Organization, Switzerland

Alagie Corr

WHO, Congo

Fatou Bensouda

ICC, Holland

Samuel Bruce Oliver, Ph.d

Africa Rice Centre, Niger

Lamin Sanneh

ECO Bank, Kenya

Amie Joof

FAMEDEV, Senegal

Adama Deen

NEPAD, South Africa

Symeree Grey Johnson

NEPAD, South Africa

Jegan Grey Johnson

AfriMAP, South Africa

Fatou Leigh

UNDP, Swaziland

Nuha Ceesay

UNAIDS, Swaziland

Lamin Manjang

Norwegian Refugee Council, Uganda

Tijan Sallah

World Bank, USA

Ebrima Ceesay

UN, USA

Alhaji Bah

UNICEF, Pakistan

Cecilia Baldeh

UNICEF, Zimbabwe

Halifa Omar Drammeh

UNEP, Kenya

Pa Dodou Mbye,

UN HABITAT, Kenya

Saidou Ndow

UN HABITAT, Kenya

Omar Jobe

African Competition Forum, Kenya

Alasane Senghore

International Federation of Red Cross, Kenya

Lamin Manjang

Standard Bank, Kenya

Haaba Baldeh

ECOWAS, Nigeria

Ousainou Ngum

Agency for Corporation and Research in Development, Kenya

Jogomai Ceesay- Ph. D Civil Engineering

US Department of Transport, USA

Ya Fatou Njie Mbye, Ph.d Pharmacology and Toxicology

Texas Southern University, USA

Baba Galleh Jallow – Ph.d African history

Assistant Professor, Creighton University, USA

Sulayman Nyang – Ph.d Sociology

Professor, Howard university, USA

Ebrima Sall – Ph.d Sociology

COSDERIA, Senegal

Buhari Sillah,  -  Ph.d Quantitative Economics

Associate Professor, Kind Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Assan Sarr- Ph.d History

Assistant Professor, Ohio University, USA

Dr James Ndow, MD  Urology

Professor, Aberdeen University, Scotland

 Ebrima N. Ceesay – Ph. D Computer Science

Adjunct Professor, John Hopkins University, Applied Science Physics Lab, USA

 Malanding Jaiteh – Ph. D  GIS

Adjunct Lecturer, School of International and Public Affairs, The Earth Institute, Columbia University, USA

 Abdoulaye Saine – Ph. D

Professor,  Department of Political Science, Miami University

 Lamin Sanneh – Ph. D Islamic History

Professor, Missions and World Christianity, Yale Divinity School and Professor of History, Yale University, USA

Omar Mbowe – Ph. D Bio Statistics

Biostatistician Researcher, Biostat Ohana, University of Hawaii, USA

 Sulayman Njie- Ph. D

Faculty of Arts and Modern Languages, Department of Political Science, UMEA University, Sweden

James Freeman – Ph. D Economics

Associate Professor, Department Of Economics, Wheaton College, USA

Howsun Jow – Ph. D Computer Science

Project consultant, SUNGARDS financial  systems, UK

Madiba Saidy - Ph. D

Knowledge Management Specialist, International Atomic Energy Agency

 Mbye Cham – Ph. D African Studies

Professor, African Studies Department, Howard University, USA

Cherno Jallow

UN, Democratic Republic of Congo

Sheikh Jobe

Standard Chartered Bank, Nigeria

Ayu Gaye

UNECA, Ethiopia

Dr Yankuba Gassama

African Union, Ethiopia

Omar Jallow

UN, Afghanistan

Sana Jatta

FAO, Italy

Ismaila Ceesay

WB, Ghana

Eliman Jagne

UNDP, Zimbabwe

Yaya Sanyang

WHO, Congo

Bai Lamin Jobe

UNAMID, North  Sudan

Peter Gabidon

UNAMID, North  Sudan

Alagie Marong

UN, South Sudan

Emanuel Joof

International Law development Organization, South Sudan

Ali Cham

WFP, North Sudan

Landing Kinteh

UN, Afghanistan

Muhammed Jallow

UNDP, South Sudan

Ndey Isatou Njie

UNDESA, USA

Momodou Touray

AFRODAD, Zimbabwe

Assan Jallow

UNDP, Nigeria

Amie Dibba

ECOWAS, Gender Development Centre, Senegal

Pa Loius Thomasi

International Federation of journalist, Dakar

Amat Gaye

Global Fund, Switzerland

Ousman Jammeh

UN, Tanzania

Ba Tambadou

UN, Tanzania

Hassan Jalow

UN, Tanzania

Seidina Omar Joof

UN, North Sudan

Hassan Jallow

UNDP, Nigeria

Bakary Sanyang

ECOWAS, Nigeria

Ernest Aubee

ECOWAS, Nigeria

Kombeh Wadda

ECOWAS, Nigeria

Ebrima Njie

ECOWAS, Nigeria

Ousman Sowe

WAIFEM, Nigeria

Baboucarr Jaw, Dr

African Union – Interafrican Bureau for animal sciences, Kenya

Julia Joiner

African Union, Ethiopia

Lamin Manneh

UNDP, Rwanda

Ebrima Cherno Jagne

NEPAD, South Africa

Oley Dibba Wadda

ADEA, Tunisia

Momodou Touray

UNDP, Somalia

Awa Dabo

UNDP, USA

Aba  Hydara

ECSA, Kenya

Sarjo Kebba Kanyi

National Health Care Programme, Afghanistan

Eddie Kolley

Al Riyad, Abu Dhabi

Ida Jallow

International Telecoms Union, Ethiopia

Blaise Jagne

BUINA, Central Africa Republic

Kebba Omar Jaiteh

Save the Children, Ethiopia

Alieu Ceesay

WAMA, Sierra Leone

Katim Touray

Telecomms, Ghana

Mam Binta John

CODESRIA, Senegal

Mam Yassin Sey

Common Wealth Secretariat, Vanuatu

Lamin Sanyang

Chanzelez L.L.C, United Arab Emirates

Lamin A.S Sanyang

African Union, Kenya

Dr Sheikh Omar Faye, MD

Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Ghana

Fatima Denton, Ph.D

UNECA, Ethiopia

Musa Saine

UNDP, South Africa

Pa Momodou Sarr

WB, Liberia

Adiatou Fatty

African Union, Ethiopia

Mamissa Mboob

UN- OCHA, Switzerland

Amie Gaye

CREPOL, Senegal

Saidou Sireh Jallow, Ph.d

ECOWAS, Nigeria

Mariatou Tala Jallow, Dr

Global Fund, Switzerland

Isatou Jallow, Ph.d

WFP, Rome

Alaji Bah, Ph.d

Research Gate, Canada

Ebrima Ceesay

Global at mines advisory group, Sudan

Omar Ceesay

Standard Bank, Nigeria

Musukebba Ceesay

Standard Bank, Malaysia

Latif Suwareh

Standard Bank, Cameroon

Raye Sosseh, Ph.d

Sea Gate Technology, USA

Dr Numunkunda Darboe, MD

Kentucky Medical Services, USA

Dr Haddijatoou Secka, MD

Private, Baltimore, USA

Dr Fatoumatta Ceesay, MD

Aurora Medical Centre, Milwaukee, USA

Dr Karamba Ceesay, MD

Saint Francis Hospitalists, Oklahoma, USA

Henry Njie, Ph.d

Private, Texas, USA

Dr Abdouliie Njie, MD

Emergency Medecine, Chicago, USA

Marie Njie, Ph.d

Jacobs, Atlanta, USA

Ndella Njie

WB, USA

Lamin Mbye, Ph.d

Instructor, Baylor College of Medicine, USA

Dr Sunkaru Touray, MD

University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Centre,  MA, USA

Dr Sering Mass Marong, MD

Providence Health Services, WA, USA

Dr Abdullah Saidy, MD

Kaiser Permante Medical Cenre, CA, USA

Alhagie Saidy Khan, Ph.d

Senior Lecturer, Aglia Ruskin University, UK

Therese Ndong Jatta

UNESCO, Senegal

Ida Jallow, Ph.d

ERNWACA, Ghana

Balla Saho, Ph.D

Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma, USA

Dr Yankuba Sanneh, MD

NHS Trust, UK

Momodou Sallah, Ph.D

Senior Lecturer, De Montfort, University

Mohammed B. Sillah, Ph.d

Associate Professor, Hampton University, USA

Jarra Jagne,Dr

Senior Extension Associate, Cornell University, USA

Ebrahim Mamour Jagne, Ph.d

Assistant Physician, Santa Ana, CA, USA

Sidi Sanyang, Ph.d

Africa Rice, Benin

Baboucarr Manneh, Ph.d

Africa Rice Centre, Senegal

Sohna Sowe

IBID, Togo

Alpha Barry

Partner at Deloitte, West & Central Africa, Nigeria

Sulayman Sowe, Ph.d

Researcher, United Nations Institute of Advanced Studies, Japan

Dr Fatimah Jah, MD

Family Medicine, MD, USA

Momodou Cham

GIABA, Senegal

Sainey Faye, Ph.D

Programme Manager, Koplan Holbon College, UK

Henan Joof, Ph.D

Dean of student services, Los Angeles Trade Technical College, USA

Bakary Marong

SIghtsavers,  Senegal

Binneh Minteh, Ph.d Political Affairs

Adjunct Professor, New Jersey City University, USA

Sana Darboe

International Trade & Development, Senegal

Kabirr Faal

Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait

Abou Jeng, Ph.d

Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Germany

Brahima Mbodje – Ph.d Mathematics

Adjunct Professor, Lenoir Rhyne University, USA

Assan Jallow

Travel consultant, Emirates Airline, UAE

Maimuna Taal

ICAO – TCB, Namibia

Ebou Faye Njie

Oxfam, Senegal

Ebrima Sonko

Oxfam, Senegal

Omar Ebrima Njie

International Trade and Development, Italy

Asberr Mendy

WB, USA

Veronic Wright

UN, Austria

Ousman Jah

WB, USA

Ebrima Sarr

UNOPS, Lebanon

Matarr Njie, Ph.d

UNDP, USA

Emanuel Jammeh, Ph.d Electronics Systems Engineering

Lecturer& Research Fellow, University of Plymouth, UK

James Bittaye

United Bank for Africa, Senegal

Reuben Andrews

United Bank for Africa, Nigeria

Ina Wright

Access Bank, Sierra Leone

NB: Alieu Ngum and Therese Ndong Jatta were assisted by Yaya Jammeh to get their positions.

 



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" EBOLA IS A WESTERN MAN MADE VIRUS CREATED TO TARGET OIL RICH AFRICAN NATIONS," JAMMEH TELLS PRESS TV
Friday, December 19, 2014 (4742 reads)


" EBOLA IS A WESTERN MAN MADE VIRUS CREATED TO TARGET OIL RICH AFRICAN NATIONS," JAMMEH TELLS PRESS TV


BY PA NDERRY M'BAI

E-MAIL: PANDERRYMBAI@GMAIL.COM

TEL: 919-749-6319

Gambia's controversial dictator Yahya Jammeh  has said that Ebola is a Western man made disease, which is created purposely towards the disruption of the continent's oilfields, human and natural resources.  Jammeh said there is somebody behind the deadly virus, while calling on his African counterparts to wake up from their slumber to end the Western implanted disease, which he said is calculated to claim innocent lives and the derailment of the region's economic prosperity. " There are powerful forces that want to see Africa fall rather than rise. The rise of Africa cannot be stopped.  But they make sure that each time we go forward, they bring us down. When Africa was so prosperous and they were so poor, they came and colonized us for 400 years. They reversed our advancement. They bring in Ebola or whatever virus. Africa is going to rise because that's what the Almighty Allah says," Jammeh said adding that the Western Ebola cure program is a mere propaganda intended to brainwash Africans.  



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"I HAVE CATTLE... BUT I HAVE NEVER SEEN HOMOSEXUAL GAY CATTLE," JAMMEH TELLS PRESS TV
Friday, December 19, 2014 (3194 reads)


"I HAVE CATTLE... BUT I HAVE NEVER SEEN HOMOSEXUAL GAY CATTLE," JAMMEH TELLS PRESS TV

By Pa Nderry M'Bai

Email: Panderrymbai@gmail.com

Tel: 919-749-6319

Gambia's iron fist dictator Yahya Jammeh says he has cattle, but has never seen homosexual gay cattle in his lifetime, while stressing that homosexuality is detrimental to human existence. Mr. Jammeh, who earned his fame through his anti gay bashing and death threats told the UK based Presstv in an interview at his rice field that even whereas the entire world ganged up against him, he will never accept homosexuality in The Gambia. "I don't care what they say.  Africans have never been homosexual.  We have never seen homosexual frogs.  I have cattle... I have never seen homosexual gay cattle.  And homosexuality is detrimental to human existence. It is unafrican. It is unethical. It is ungodly.  Go to the bible and the Koran. We are Muslims and we believe in the Almighty Allah what he says. Whatever Allah says is haram, we will make sure that it is haram to the letter.  I don't care how they feel about me.  I didn't introduce the death penalty here.. I found it here.  And the British brought the death penalty to The Gambia. Before colonialism there was no death penalty in Africa... Don't you know that?   Go to history...," a raging dictator Jammeh told Press TV'S Henry Bonsu.



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“SOLDIERS WITH A DIFFERENCE”
Friday, December 19, 2014 (1811 reads)


“SOLDIERS WITH A DIFFERENCE”

By Sulayman Conteh, Birmingham, UK

It is the 22nd of July 1994 when the AFPRC came to power. Their critic says their biggest weakness of the first republic was over staying in power such that people were yearning for change. On that note, the egocentric group of soldiers grabbed the opportunity to easily move them from power without much difficulty. There were a lot of followers from the young Gambian youths and those of the opposition groups who were anticipating for a more prosperous development in education, commerce, infrastructure and socio-economic aspects. The junta came up with any jack and bull storey that one could think of eg. The flamboyant life style has come to an end, the mode of governance would use the wheels of transparency and accountability, the sky is the limit the list continues.



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US STATE DEPARTMENT REFUSES TO GRANT DIPLOMATIC STATUS TO MOMODOU BADJIE; WHO WAS APPOINTED AMBASSADOR BY JAMMEH!
Thursday, December 18, 2014 (6513 reads)


US STATE DEPARTMENT REFUSES TO GRANT DIPLOMATIC STATUS TO MOMODOU BADJIE; WHO WAS APPOINTED AMBASSADOR BY JAMMEH!


BY PA NDERRY M'ABI

EMAIL: PANDERRYMBAI@GMAIL.COM

TEL: 919-749-6319

Facts are emerging as to what really necessitated Banjul's refusal to accept a US Ambassador, who was assigned to commence duty to the economically starved impoverished West African country headed by Africa's most buffoonery and irrational leader Yahya Jammeh, the Freedom Newspaper can reveal.  Gambia's move to refuse accreditation to the unnamed US envoy this past April, was largely triggered by Washington's rejection of granting diplomatic status to Momodou Badjie, a retired Gambian army official.  Mr.  Badjie was handpicked by his dictator brother Yahya Jammeh to represent The Gambia in the US, but a State Department response to the new assignment was not the least favorable, as Badjie failed to meet the criteria to warrant his confirmation in Washington.  He was supposed to move from The Gambian Embassy in Mauritania, where he worked as an Ambassador  to Washington, but the authorities in The Gambia were notified by the State Department's decision not to grant Badjie diplomatic accreditation.



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THE DICTATOR AND THE EDUCATION
Wednesday, December 17, 2014 (2517 reads)


THE DICTATOR AND THE EDUCATION


BY AN INSIDER

The end of colonialism signaled the end of political dictatorship and a dawn for hope and self-determination. It was believed that national rule will bring changes in all spheres of life including education. However, this dream never materialized in many of the African countries. In many parts, the ascendance of local elites to power was/is simply putting ‘old wine in a new bottle’. The majority of third world dictators from independence to date are not political dictators only but supreme academic dictators. In essence dictators do not control the political life of “their people” only but even their social life. It must be emphasized that the existence of any dictatorial regime is bound by the brutal law of maximum control of all spheres of life including education. Although there isn’t any single country where government or politicians do not direct or at least influence education, the case of the Gambia is absolutely different. It is operative as it was in any dictatorial regimes.



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FAMILY OF THE SLAIN GAMBIAN JOURNALIST DEYDA HYDARA; COLLEAGUES, AND HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS DEMAND JUSTICE AT A DAKAR CONFERENCE!!
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 (3762 reads)


FAMILY OF THE SLAIN GAMBIAN JOURNALIST DEYDA HYDARA; COLLEAGUES, AND HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS DEMAND JUSTICE AT A DAKAR CONFERENCE!!


BY PA NDERRY M'BAI

E-MAIL: PANDERRYM'BAI@GMAIL.COM

TEL: 919-749-6319

Ten years after the gruesome murder of journalist Deyda Hydara, the family of the slain journalist, colleagues, human rights activists and members of civil society on Tuesday converged in Dakar, the Senegalese capital to pay their tribute to the late respected Gambian media doyen. The occasion attracted people from various walks of life. A documentary film on the life of journalist Deyda Hydara, which saw the appearances of his family, colleagues and human rights campaigners in the region was played at the conference. It was a sad day in Dakar, as conference guests shed tears amid a charged environment, in which Deyda's children could also been seen weeping.



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TAX COMMISSION REPORT: READER SHEDS LIGHTS ON THE WHEREABOUTS OF THE INDICTED OFFICIALS!
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 (2570 reads)


TAX COMMISSION REPORT: READER SHEDS LIGHTS ON THE WHEREABOUTS OF THE INDICTED OFFICIALS

BY AN INSIDER

Pa,

Thanks for sharing this document with us.

Louis Gillen is currently in USA

Bakary Sanyang is working for ECOWAS now

Mamour Joof is in Dakar

Musu Kebba Corr was working at the Atlantic Hotel when she was sacked but has now moved to UK.

John Gomez was at the GRA  and is the Director of Internal Audit

Amie Jarra was the Deputy Director of Department of Resources. She was sacked. She went to the UTG and is now a magistrate

Mariama Njie was sacked and has been re - instated recently.

Will give you more info. Keep it up.



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BREAKING NEWS: FREEDOM LEAKS: GRA COMMISSION WHITE PAPER INTERCEPTED!!
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 (3146 reads)


Dear Pa,

I think this document might interest you if you still did not lay your hands on it. It seems according to the report, government is owed over D2.billion. This report accented to by President Jammeh and made into law, is still gathering dust without any further action. Once those who were targeted were persecuted no measures have been taken to recover those huge monies still owed to GRA by hotels and GSM operators.

You can make use of This report.

Best Regards

 



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