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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Gambia's Foreign Minister,Two Others Resign:

Gambian Foreign Affairs Minister, has resigned from the regime of Yahya Jammeh. Foreign Minister Neneh Macdouall Gaye, tendered her resignation letter today.



“I am of the conviction that under the prevailing circumstances, I cannot effectively serve as Foreign Minister. I thank you for the opportunity you given me to serve my country,” said Ms. Gaye in her resignation letter dated January 16th. A source emailed Ms. Gaye’s resignation letter to the Freedom Newspaper. Ms. Gaye prayed for the peaceful settling of Gambia’s political impasse. We hereby reproduce Ms. Gaye’s resignation letter, which was addressed to dictator Jammeh.

This follows last week’s resignation of Communication Minister Sheriff Bojang, who fled the country, and Sports Minister Alieu Jammeh.

All the resigned ministers were immediately replaced by Yahya Jammeh.





The political impasse in The Gambia created by Yahya Jammeh’s refusal to transfer power to opposition candidate and President-elect Adama Barrow remains unresolved.

Many Gambians are reportedly fleeing the country to neighbouring Senegal after the army pledged support for Yahya Jammeh ahead of Thursday’sinauguration of Barrow.

ECOWAS has attempted resolving the issue by convincing Jammeh to step down, yet mediation efforts remain inconclusive.

Adama Barrow is currently living in Dakar since Sunday at the request of the ECOWAS chairperson Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

From authorityngr



15 comments:

  1. Just look at his face. All in the name of power. I just pity the innocent lives that will be lost of this thing gets bloody.

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  2. Hehehe! This is getting interesting but did i just read they were immediately replaced by the dictator?! Hmmmmmmmmm we watching!

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  3. This is the real defination of "as e dey hot". This man will disgrace himself at last,greed and power is intoxicating him.

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  4. I wonder why they want people to die first before they can have sense.

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  5. See small Gambia fomenting trouble!

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  6. The extent people go all in the name of power. My God, I can just imagine the number of people he is claiming to be their leader that would die if he doesn't step down. Africans, does he want to die there?
    I also read his wife speech supporting him 100%, hmm a woman really has the power to make or break you.
    I just hope he steps down or someone should please send him to his maker soon.

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    1. Trust me his wife gat no choice

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  7. At the end, it will be six feet down, an seeing blood! Blood& BLOOD! I pity the innocent ones that will lose their life for this selfish man

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  8. all I see is Sheik Professor Dr

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  9. Africans! why do we have to be like this? Anyway they say 'whom the god's want to destroy, they first make you mad'

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  10. I need a job. My location is Ikorodu

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