ONGOING SCRUTINY OF THE QUESTIONABLE GAMBIAN ELECTION RESULTS OF DECEMBER 1, 2016

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I may sound like a broken record to many of my readers especially to those who because of my persistence on scrutinizing the details of the flawed election results think that I should just die and go to hell. Unfortunately for these folks resorting to all forms of unimaginable intimidation, harassment, threats and shameless-low-life activities against me, I have this to say: I don’t quit easily like that, and will stand by Babillimansa forever.

Indeed, the Independent-Electoral Commission (IEC) of the Gambia needs to be exposed in every way one can for almost plunging the peaceful Gambia into a political crisis supported by a bias and seriously ill-informed international community.

I want us to once again scrutinize the results presented by our disgraceful IEC that the world is dismissing as irrelevant to the credibility of the elections. First, let us take a moment and read the document below signed by the IEC chairman Mr. Alieu Momarr Njie where he stated the reasons for the errors in the results and why.

His argument that “Instead of adding the total number of votes polled by Adama Barrow in the Basse Administrative Area (28,102), the IEC added the total number of ballots cast for Basse Administrative Area (63, 909) to Adama Barrow’s total number of votes, thus swelling the number of votes Mr. Barrow Polled nationally” to 263,515 votes should not have at all happened in the “inalterable” Excel-spread sheet digitally perfectly laid out to tally the numbers. In other words, the digital system was meant to be so tamper-proof that any form of joggling the numbers from one column of the spread sheet to the other in violation of the results coming directly from the polling stations would have been done deliberately or fraudulently; hence compromising the entire credibility of the election process.

However, looking at the number (63, 909) that Mr. Njie claimed was mistakenly transposed, an “error repeated across for the other contesting candidates”, one could certainly see how the figures affected Mr. Barrow’s final numbers of 227, 707 votes but not that of President Jammeh’s 208, 487 votes and Mr. Mamma Kandeh’s 89, 768 votes.

Going by the IEC published spread-sheet chart copied below, if we take the final number of votes said to have been won by Mr. Barrow in the first declaration of results, 263,515 (Column 5) and subtract the 63, 909 total votes cast (column 3), we will get 199,606 remaining, which if we add the 28,102 votes (column 5), he won, his corrected total of exactly 227,707 votes makes perfect sense.

But with the statement that the error was repeated across for the other contesting candidates, one would expect the same equation applied by subtracting the 63, 909 votes from President Jammeh’s final numbers of 212,099 (column 7) and then add the 24, 490 (column 7) he got to the remainder. Arithmetically, that should go like this: 212,099-63,909= 148,190+24,490=172,680 votes. That means President Jammeh should have indeed gotten 172, 680, right? How then in the world of mathematics did Mr. Njie use the same 63, 909 constant, transposed across to every candidate and come up with 208,487 votes for President Jammeh?

Likewise, using the same constant of 63, 909 supposedly transposed to Mr. Mamma Kandeh’s numbers with the same equation applied, one will expect Mr. Njie to subtract that number from the 102,969 votes of Mr. Kandeh and then add the remainder to the 11, 289 (column 9) he won. Which should be like this: 102,969-63,909=39,060+11,289= 50,349. Showing that Mr. Kandeh’s results should have been 50, 349 votes instead of the mysterious 89,768 votes that even Albert Einstein wouldn’t be able to reconcile numerically.

No wonder, the differences appear totally ridiculous in that Mr. Barrow lost an explainable 35, 807 votes while President Jammeh and Mr. Kandeh lost some unexplainable votes of 3,612 and 13,201 respectively. If this is not fraudulent, I don’t know what is. Take a good look at the documents below and you will see what I am talking about in the disputable Gambian General election of December 1, 2016.

President Jammeh is right, the IEC was corrupted and they sabotaged one of the otherwise most credible voting systems in Africa.

Those insisting that the Gambia President must leave tend to be pursuing their selfish and hateful desires against him that is totally unrelated to his winning or losing an election.

We always must bear in mind that tens of thousands of Gambians still strongly believe in President Jammeh and will do whatever they can to retain his leadership of the country. I am one of those tens of thousands supporting him and his government with all heart and soul.

Long live the Gambian people!

Long live the Islamic Republic of the Gambia!

Long live His Excellency Sheikh Professor Doctor Alhagie Yahya A. J. J. Jammeh, Babillimansa

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed and Security Forces,

 

Samsudeen Sarr

New York City.

 

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aVniDrZJxk_IXhMUNxZ6VhfU8UVzQRG5SKW3m8Tw5J0/edit

  1. ISMAIL

    The Gambian people are free from shackles Sam Sarr.You fake ass punk.Get your act together dummy

  2. SCOPION

    IS THIS THE OBSERVER OR WHAT.
    WHY GIVE A PLATFORM TO THIS FOOL AFTER HIS DISASTROUS TV INTERVIEW YOU SAID HE WONT BE INTERVIED AGAIN AND THEN THE ONLINE GIVE HIM A PLACE TO SPOUT PROPAGANDA

  3. Gibbi

    It sounds like someone with mental disorder to say tens of thousands of Gambian still believe in YahyA jammeh and not believe in Allah, Gambians believe in Allah and no one else. I will put it to you that if tens of thousands still go with yahyA jammeh then millions don’t this includes hundreds of thousands of Gambians and the average Globe (world). I think you develop mental disorder after going through jammeh torture chamber. It’s never too late to apologize to your fellow Gambians if you really know what time is it.

  4. anonymous

    hello to all

    Babili Mansa is the choice of the people not the fat belly and ugly wheelbarrow. if the diaspora gambians think they can manipulate the results by bribing the IEC Chief Robber by fixing results they are fools. we the people in The Gambia cannot be fooled by you. We know who is giving us progress and development. We will stand our hero Yahya Jammeh till the end. His love for Gambia cannot march you the hypocrits Diasporan Gambians who looted our monies and fled and now you want to come back by bribing the electoral chief robber to fix figures. Jammeh is not a fool neither a coward.

  5. SCOPION

    HERE IS ONE ELLECTION WON BY APRC THAT OUT OF A REGISTERED ELECTORATE OF 796,929 ONLY 154,950 THUS 641,969 DID NOT VOTE WHICH IS 80.56% THEY DID NOT ASK WHERE DID 80.56% OR 641.969 PEOPLE GO
    Summary of the 29 March 2012 Gambian parliamentary election results
    Parties Votes
    Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction 80,289
    National Reconciliation Party 14,606
    Independents 60,055
    Invalid/blank votes 0 – – –
    Total 154,950
    Registered voters 796,929 – –
    Source: Independent Electoral Commission, IFES
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Assembly_of_the_Gambia

  6. SCOPION

    Results 2006 presidential elections A LARGER PERCENTAGE DID NOT VOTE APRC KEPT QUIET BECAUSE THEY WON
    Party Votes %
    Yahya Jammeh Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction 264,404 67.3%
    Ousainou Darboe United Democratic Party 104,808 26.7%
    Halifa Sallah National Alliance for Democracy and Development 23,473 6.0%
    Invalid/blank votes 0 –
    Total 392,685 100
    Registered voters/turnout 670,336 58.6%
    Source: Adam Carr
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gambian_presidential_election,_2006

  7. Taiwo Tween

    Simple questions for a simple soul.

    How come you are in the US for all these years if all is well back home in your native land of the Gambia with your Professor, Doctor, President and Babillimansa?

    Why then did you leave your native land of the Gambia and not continue to stay there with your Professor, Doctor, President and Babilli Mansa?

    The US Immigration Department should perhaps review whatever leave of stay in the US (green card, citizenship etc) that was given to you because it must have been based on grounds and circumstances (e.g. fear of persecution, fear for your life, all related to your beloved Jammeh and his regime. These apparently and certainly no longer exist in your case, going by your pronouncements and utterances regarding Jammeh and his regime.

    Do you know the principle of “rebus sic stantibus”.

    If you do not know it as a “diplomat”, please research it soonest.

    Otherwise, you may sooner or later find your self in “hot soup” (to borrow the expression from local parlance), especially with the US Immigration Department.

  8. Taiwo Tween

    Simple questions for a simple soul.

    How come you are in the US for all these years if all is well back home in your native land of the Gambia with your Professor, Doctor, President and Babillimansa?

    Why then did you leave your native land of the Gambia and not continue to stay there with your Professor, Doctor, President and Babilli Mansa?

    The US Immigration Department should perhaps review whatever leave of stay in the US (green card, citizenship etc) that was given to you because it must have been based on credible and justifiable grounds and circumstances (e.g. fear of persecution, fear for your life, all related to your beloved Jammeh and his regime). These apparently and certainly no longer exist in your case, going by your pronouncements and utterances regarding Jammeh and his regime.

    Do you know the principle of “rebus sic stantibus”.

    If you do not know it as a “diplomat”, please research it soonest.

    Otherwise, you may sooner or later find your self in “hot soup” (to borrow the expression from local parlance), especially with the US Immigration Department.

  9. Anonymous

    Whatever Sam Sarr’s opinion is or however he demonstrates his loyalty to Yaya Jammeh it is still his prerogative. The fact is there is a constitutional mandate that qualifies Barrow as president of the Republic of The Gambia come 19th Jan.
    At least Sam Sarr maintains his stands as a loyalist but what about those blood suckers that monopolised everything in the Gambia, enriched themselves ripped of the country’s economy to the point that the Gambia seemed to belong to them with of course the backing of Yaya Jammeh yet these same rats have the guts to stand and hypocritically condemn him, trying to manipulate the newly elected in order to maintain that filthy trend of suppressing the masses especially in the business sector. I’m talking about the Mohammed Basi Amadou Samba . I’d better live with the devil I know than the one I don’t. It’s so hypocritical when Gambians refer to Amadou Samba as a Hero other fools believe his lies that “he used to manage Jammeh somehow and even used his own money to finance the Aprc party”
    The fact is he left for Dakar as soon as he smelt the smoke. He played his cards well by purposely going viral to call on Jammeh to accept and hand over power “sulou ning sang ,419 style ” He has hijacked his business partner “Yaya’s” shares on their joint businesses. Now Amadou wants to clear himself, he voluntarily chose to talk to freedom radio “that he hated so much” to the extent of sueing “Nderry” the proprietor, a couple of years back. He took a 180° turn and embraced the media,just to promote his agenda and win the hearts of those he can fool at the same time clear his way for the incoming Government.
    But as of 19th Jan 2017, The Gambia will be governed by eligible clear heads that can’t easily get corrupted.

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