FIVE APRC SUPPORTERS EXPELLED FOR ALLEGED DISORDERLY CONDUCT

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The leadership of the former ruling APRC party has expelled five people from their party. The expelled APRC members have been accused of disorderly conduct. The party’s interim leader Fabakary Tombong Jatta said the expulsions were “necessitated to redress their actions and behaviors pose threat of jeopardizing the harmony and unity of the party. By this action, all of them may not use the name of the party or act in any way representing APRC.”

Among those expelled were: Kittim Jarju, Sulayman Shyngle Nyassi, Nabou Saho, Lamin Ceesay, and Amie Jammeh.The expelled APRC supporters are staunch supporters  of the three years jotna movement. This is the group that is determined to force President Adama Barrow to step down from power on January 19th. The APRC leadership said they are opposed to the three years jotna movement.

Below is the APRC press release announcing the expulsions.

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The Interim Party Leader of the APRC the Right Hon. Fabakary Tombong Jatta acting under Executive Powers vested on him by the Party Constitution, and in consultation with the National Executive Committee, and founder of the party H.E Sheikh Prof. Alh. Dr. Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh (Babili Mansa), wishes to inform the general public and APRC Militants that with effect from Thursday 9th January 2020, the following people has been expelled from the APRC Party.

1. Kittim Jarju of Germany
2. Sulayman Shyngle Nyassi of UK
3. Nabou Saho of Sweden
4. Cllr. Lamin Ceesay Asampulo Atti Jammeh Kunda of Brikama
5. Amie Jammeh of Germany

Their expulsion is necessitated to redress their actions and behaviors pose threat of jeopardizing the harmony and unity of the party. By this action, all of them may not use the name of the party or act in any way representing APRC.

Therefore, all supporters of the APRC are urged to take note and remove them from all APRC WhatsApp forums with immediate effect.

An official written letter/press release will follow suit shortly. Thank you all.

Deputy Spokesperson & Secretary

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