Traitors behave just like how Sheriff Bojang and others do.
Yahya expect that many of their tribesmen will abandon you, but remain steadfast and reaffirm your position “backward never forward ever. God is ever powerful and Inshallah they will all regret their acts. As the wollof saying goes “Sosseh du sosal ken” they are devillish and only want to see your downfall but they will never live to see that. Note that with their treacherous plans in their defections none will ever survive to see your downfall. It is now clear to you that with all what they were saying in niceties and praise singing they were undermining you just to see your downfall but God the all knowing and everpowerful is and will continue to.protect you from their evil machination. INSHALLAH.
LONGLIVE YAHYA A.J.J. JAMMEH
LONGLIVE THE GAMBIA
Anonymous, whoever you are, I can tell you are such a coward. if you really think yahya should stand his ground why wouldn’t he take a gun and stand guard at the Westfield junction himself. Or rather you take a gun and stand guard for him at the said venue instead of you hiding behind anonymity. You are so full of shit.
anonymous, what do you call your chief justice who has just told Yaya to go to hell and face his fate? is he also a traitor as you calling people who realise the truth and don’t want to be part of this nonsense that has gone on far too long for 22yrs. well i am eagerly waiting for your comment about your chief justice’s handling of your useless petition. Empty heads keep dreaming bros
Traitors behave just like how Sheriff Bojang and Alieu K Jammeh and others do.
JAMMEH ON NEGOTIATING WAY TO NIGERIA
JAMMEH ON NEGOTIATING WAY TO NIGERIA
SUBLIMINAL MESSAGES AND THE AGENTS OF DIVISION AMONG A PEACE LOVING NATION.
The Subliminal messages underlying some of the Hatchet pieces and or stories being transmitted to the Gambians need to tempered, if not eliminated in pursuit of Peace, Tranquility and Security for all Gambians. I don’t have the time of “beating around the bush” about the Insidious drum beat of the so called “Jola hegemony” in the Gambia. I like most Gambians who grew up in the rural areas in the Seventies before leaving for further education abroad through our own and farmer families effort, not government help of any kind, know better what drove us to excel. It was not because of the graciousness and generosity of the government in power. If we depended on that, we would be in the Gambia “crying Tribalist this, Jola hegemony that, Mandinka hegemony this … you get the point. In a “Hatchet job” on Yankuba Badjie put out by “The Kairo” News Outlet, his job or jobs while in America were ridiculed and made fun of. I am not sure what that was suppose to achieve? What’s the point? I know this Site cannot engage in What another News Outlet engages in. My point however, is that Hatred is taking over Objectivity and Professional Ethics of Journalism. Is it too much to ask for Commentators to be less invested in insidious and subliminal messages they are communicating about our the Jola as if the Jola are a Monolith and are guilty of all things that happened since the 1994 Coupe. What has ones job or jobs while abroad trying to make a living as long as it is a ligitimate and income generating endeavor, has to do with anything. Would the author of the piece on Yankuba Badjie, rather have Mr. Yankuba Badjie engage in what some of the “economic migrants” as he put it, easily take up. That is illegal activities such as drug dealing, credit card fraud, and ripping off anyone foolish enough to associate with them. These are the same folks who give a bad name to their country by their criminal and illegal activities abroad and then would have one believe that they’re Political refugees. They are more than willing to lower themselves to a toads’ level and sell their Country for a VISA, Work Permit or Green Card. The cocktail of Hatred and Tribalistic Subliminal Messages being telegraphed would come to hunt all Gambians, unless it is Checked and Purged out of the Public Spsce. A regular question I always ask is, how is it possible for a population of a tribe that is less than 10% of a country, where the “Supposedly Repressed” tribe is between 39% and 40% of the country’s population and other tribes comprising of between 29%, 30% and the rest between 12% and 13%, and the tribes are found in and at all levels of the government; “Control and Repress” the Said Tribe or population. Without such Tribes’ and Population’s Complicity and Participation in the Alleged Repression nothing can or would take place. I am not willing to deny that terrible things happened in the Gambia before and during the Current Political Dispensation. Wrongs were perpetrated by all Gambians of all tribes and regions. Yet, it is now becoming fashionable and almost acceptable in certain groups and people, to paint and brush all Jolas with one stroke, as being the tribe responsible for the Gambia under President Yaya Jammeh. If one intelligently follows this logic, you would have to say that the Mandinka are responsible for any and all events that happened in the Gambia during the 32 years of President David/Dauda Jawara’s regime. That would be rediculous. Yet men and women who normally would not allow hate to blind them, are now willing to lower their humanity and sense of decency to fit in the clamour for a “Pound of Flesh” from any and all Jolas, if they cannot get the “Pound of Flesh” from President Yaya Jammeh. What I don’t have, is the ability to rationalize and reason with those who would create or replace fact with fiction of who, when and what did happen in the Gambia and to Gambians during the 32 and 22 years of Misrule and MALFEASANCE. The Scapegoating of the Jola or Mandinka would only reinforce the Tribalist and Prejudicial Sectionalist feelings fueled by Political Hachet Men and Women with the help of their Opinion “PUSHERS”. Gambia is more the Sum total of One Tribe, Region or a group of people. We are our neighbors, brothers and sisters keepers.
Stop Peddling Subliminal Messages To The Gambia and Gambians. Like it or not, We are all in one Pond, the Gambia. Either we live and let live, or we engage in a National Collective Burial. The Choice is Ours, Not ECOWAS, Not Senegal.
By Sidi N. Bojang.
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