Friday, January 29, 2010

Party Leader Governor Juwara Urges Gambians to Vote for Jammeh

As He Slaughter Trust within NDAM Party

As the ruling Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction (APRC) embarks on a nationwide tour with a high powerful delegation, the party breaks the waves of Lower River Region with a mass rally, in which the governor of the region, Lamin Waa Juwara, called on Gambians to put aside their political difference and vote for President Yahya AJJ Jammeh in the forthcoming election in 2011.
The Secretary General and party leader of the National Democratic Action Movement (NDAM) and former member of the National Alliance for Democracy and Development (NADD) but now a governor, made the called at a mass rally in Soma in Jarra West District in LRR, recently as the APRC national party mobiliser and Mayor of the Kanifing Municipal Council, Yankuba Colley accompanied by Honorable Fabakary Tombong Jatta, House member for Serrekunda East and majority leader of Parliament a current nationwide tour to sensitise electorals ahead of the forthcoming presidential seal for 2011.
Governor Lamin Waa Juwara urged peoples in his region to turn out massively during e lection day and vote for President Jammeh for a term of five years saying that the Gambian leader has bring a lot of development at the door steps for the people in his region.
According to him, the alarm bell has ring for all Gambians to rally behind President as (Jammeh) makes Gambians and people residing in the Gambia to be happy in their everyday lives.
Governor Juwara told the touring delegation that the people of his region are all rallying behind the APRC party saying that the people of the area will continued to speak one voice as far as he is the governor of LRR, while assuring Colley that there is no political suicides or differences in the region at the of speaking at the rally.
“As far as I remain to be the governor of LRR, it is my intention to make everyone happy and it is the ruling party who can make the Gambian people happy,” he vowed adding that Jammeh’s concern is to make every Gambian and people residing in the smiling coast (Gambia) to be independent. Juwara re-echoed “I am calling on all the people of my region to vote for Jammeh in the forthcoming presidential election in 2011,” he concluded.
Also addressing a glowing turn-out meeting in Soma, Jarra West District in LRR, Mayor Colley reminded the gathering some of the development that the APRC has undertaking under the dynamic leadership of President Jammeh since 1994 to date stating that Soma has undergone a massive transformation.
According to him, Gambians and non- Gambians alike has enjoyed the benevolent gesture of President Jammeh in term of developments in the country noting that due to lots of development transformation, Gambians are now respected all over the world calling them to rally behind the APRC government
The National Assembly member for Serrekunda East and majority leader of the National Assembly, Honorable Fabakary Tombong Jatta assured the meeting that the Gambian leader has a genuine intention for Gambians and urged them to have the mentality that no one else can develop their region but themselves.
He then expressed optimism that President Jammeh will be voted into office, noting that the party needs victorious in LRR for the 2011 election.
Addressing party militants and cross over militants from other political parties at a mass rally in the Lower River and Central River Region, the national mobiliser of the ruling party , Mayor Yankuba Colley, called on Gambians to remain loyal to President Jammeh and the ruling APRC party for the socio-economic development of the country.
Mayor Colley stressed that the bedrock for sustainable socio-economic development in any country is for its people to unite, love and have respect for each other, while calling on them turnout in large numbers for the 2011 election.
In Kudang village in Central River Region, Colley told Gambians electorals to cast their votes for the ruling party, in which he revealed that there is “no” room for any opposition party to survive in the area other than APRC party.

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