GAMBIA: GMC LEADER MAI FATTY ACCUSES PRESIDENT BARROW OF SPYING OPPOSITION LEADERS!

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The Leader of The Gambia Moral Congress Party Mai Fatty has accused President Barrow of tapping the cellphones of Gambia’s opposition leaders. He has accused Barrow of spying opposition leaders in the country. Mai Fatty made the accusations in  a Facebook posting.

“The cellphone lines of all opposition leaders and key stakeholders have been tapped allegedly on the direct orders of President Adama Barrow. Additional surveillance of offices and residences are also on the menu, including implanting pseudo supporters within opposition Parties’ supporters who would even insult Barrow on social media, to gain the trust of the opposition community. Be wary of fanatics among our ranks. Not every lousy mouth is genuine. Dictatorship is back under a different color, and at a horse’s galloping speed,” Fatty remarked.

“Be on notice that just like Jammeh’s reign, Barrow too shall exit power, and Gambians would seek you all out on a day when you would not be able to protect yourselves. Your safety tomorrow depends on the games you play today,” he added.

Fatty has served as Interior Minister under Barrow’s regime. He has also served as senior adviser to President Barrow. He resigned from his advisory position to the President to consolidate his GMC party.

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