JAMMEH HANDSOUT MILLIONS OF DALASI TO FORMER GAMBIAN REBELS WHO TOOK PART IN THE SIERRA LEONE AND LIBERIA WAR TO BUY THEIR SUPPORT!
AS JAMMEH HINTS ABOUT AN IMPENDING REBELLION TO HIT THE GAMBIA SOON!
BUSINESSMAN SALIFU JAITEH ORDERED TO VACATE HIS STALL
Amid growing fear of being toppled, dictator Yahya Jammeh has summoned former Gambian warlords, who took part in the Liberia and Sierra Leone war and are back home in the Gambia to offer them several thousands of dalasi after promising them monthly wages to buy their support, the Freedom Newspaper can authoritatively report. The former rebels led by one Mr. Camara from Brikama, were briefed on arrival at the State House by Jammeh about a planned rebel insurgency to be launched by Gambian dissidents overseas. Mr. Jammeh has advised the former rebels not to partake in any rebellion waged by “Gambians outside” the country. He informed them that his regime has received credible intelligence reports about an impending rebellion to be spearheaded by Gambians residing abroad. The confused Gambian dictator wants the former rebels to be loyal to the status quo and refused to be used by “outside elements” whom he accuses of trying to destabilize his government.
A credible sources privy to the details of the State House meeting said some of the former rebels received between D50, 000 to D100, 000 dalasi from the Gambian monster. The President also promises to allocate them with monthly allowances in a bid to buy their loyalty.
The leader of the rebel delegation is one Mr. Camara of Brikama. They are now on Jammeh’s payroll. He said he is going to take care of them monetary wise and he appealed to them not be used by any “outside force” wreck the peace, stability and tranquility of this country.
The Gambian dictator appeared very worried and confused during the meeting. He kept underscoring about the need for the former rebels to rally behind his dying regime in the interest of safeguarding the country’s deficient democracy.
The former Gambian rebels have been under the supervision of the NIA anti insurgency unit over the years. The dictator is now turning on them for support in the event of an attack from disgruntled Gambians overseas calling for regime change.
Meanwhile, dictator Jammeh has written to businessman Salifu Jaiteh to vacate his stall outlet at Albert Market Banjul. Jammeh initially offered to buy the outlet from Mr. Jaiteh. He offered him D3.5 Million dalasi, but the former Secretary General Njogu Bah advised Jammeh not to pay a dime to Salifu Jaiteh. Mr. Bah opines that the stall in question was among the confiscated ones belonging to businessman Alhagie Jawara. It was on that basis that Jammeh instructed Salifu to vacate the premises.
In another development, Colonel Salifu Bojang, who was taken from his cell last week, has been released from custody. Mr. Bojang is now back home. He has reunited with his family, sources said.