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Letter From Scotland With Yusupha Bojang

I did once say that the same people who were supporting Jammeh will be the same people to support Barrow.
Food on the table is the reason, a bye word for democracy and degrees to have access to the

The Gambia has decided
public purse. It’s the same old familiar faces and excuses that are being pimped about again and again with very little socioeconomic improvements to the daily live experiences of ordinary Gambians.
The same people cannot be fighting over the same public positions under any kind of leadership over and over again. We simply have to rotate the “meal tickets”
The benefits of TWO PRESIDENTIAL TERM LIMITS cannot be exaggerated.

The two most important benefits of limiting presidential terms are to avert the prolonging of an elected dictatorship and to rotate the meal tickets. Brand new presidents, cabinet ministers, ambassadors and a whole host of many other presidential appointments will be rotational enough for every Gambian. After all, we all need meal tickets. All you need is a jacket and tie and/or kaftans plus a “sirjackal” and a cute hairdo ie look smart. That’s all. Don’t count yourself out, The Gambia is a small country and you can do it. It’s neither difficult or intricate. All you need is a chance to have your turn.
Bring on the two term presidential limits and let’s start the ROTATION.
Nothing changes for the ordinary people and the country except for the members of the crew. Anyone can be paid for not to deliver on anything.

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