Announcement: United Democratic Party (UDP) Rally At Brikama 5th January 2013
Good morning fellow Gambians. It is to inform you that, The United Democratic Party UDP will hold a mass rally on Saturday the 5th of January 2013. The Rally will be held at the Centre of Brikama. This is the first rally after the Execution of 9 Gambians, the unlawful arrest and torture of Imam Bakawsu Fofana, The unlawful arrest and alleged torture of the civil right advocate and Imam Baba Leigh.
The UDP will address Masses on pertinent issues affecting the country. We will reach out to other opposition leaders to attend. The problems facing the Gambia are so enormous, so complex, only ground breaking compromises can take us collectively out the deep end we found ourselves in. No one is a hero or heroin at the present moment. Let us all be humble in our efforts and endevours in standing up against an unjust, oppressive and criminal establishment. Many Gambians have done laudable things, some openly, others secretly in ending the state of affairs of President Yahya Jammeh's criminal government.
On that spirit, let us commend everyone and continue the march. Let the free press and social media platforms be avenues to call Gambians to come out in their numbers to the rally. You can hold vigil, you can show your displeasure to all the things happening in the Gambia peacefully as a stakeholder. The UDP is providing the platform, come and contribute your quota. All civil society organisations are duly invited to attend. Honorable political activist and lifelong politician Momodou Lamin Syngle Nyassi our national mobilizer will reach out to all those on the ground. Spread the word, since GRTS will unlikely do it.
The UDP is happy to see the likes of Dr Janneh and co release from prison. Let us all join forces. This is a Gambian struggle. If you want to donate to the cost of mobilizing Gambians, do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07411248764. We want action on the part of local politicians on the ground, however, affirmative action requires resources and funding. All our local politicians are either self-employed or unemployed due the bastardisation of the systems in place. We should expect them to act, but their actions also requires our financial and moral support. Lawyer Ousianou Darboe and the UDP invites you to the Brikama Rally 5th January 2013. Thank you.