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kiwi

Sweden
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Posted - 03 Dec 2021 :  16:48:37  Show Profile Send kiwi a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Tomorrow is "The Day" , election day when Gambians elect a president. Let it pass withouth interruptions, in peace and with dignity.

What about those ECOWAS forces reguested to enter before the election day? I hope they are not there because they are not needed.

Gambians are proud of their ethnic groups and traditions (as they should be) but they are also known to live in co-existence with any group. Though most Gambians are muslims, they also accept christians.
I am sure, Gambians can live in co-existence and peace even with people having different political views.
Yes, there have been atrocities, but everyone knows who is behind them.
I pray for a peaceful election day when nobody will be harmed.

Within a few days, the result will be announced.

Momodou



Denmark
10714 Posts

Posted - 03 Dec 2021 :  19:38:06  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Thank you, ameen.

So far, there has not been any significant issues between the opposing parties.
For the first time I am witnessing elections in The Gambia since the 1970s.

A clear conscience fears no accusation - proverb from Sierra Leone
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kiwi

Sweden
645 Posts

Posted - 04 Dec 2021 :  01:52:45  Show Profile Send kiwi a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Looking forward to your report!
Will you be there over the Christmas?

kiwi
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Momodou



Denmark
10714 Posts

Posted - 04 Dec 2021 :  10:28:19  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Gambians vote in first presidential election since Jammeh era

https://aje.io/vb2447

Saturday’s voting will be closely watched as a test of the democratic transition in the country, where Jammeh ruled for 22 years.

Nearly one million people out of a 2.5 million population are registered to vote [Guy Peterson/AFP]
Published On 4 Dec 2021
4 Dec 2021

Gambians are casting their ballots to elect their next president, in a highly anticipated vote seen as a test of the country’s democratic transition.

President Adama Barrow faces a record five other candidates as he seeks re-election in what is expected to be a close race. Political veteran Ousainou Darboe is seen as the main opposition candidate…..

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Momodou



Denmark
10714 Posts

Posted - 04 Dec 2021 :  10:29:39  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by kiwi

Looking forward to your report!
Will you be there over the Christmas?


Jeg rejser tilbage næste uge.

A clear conscience fears no accusation - proverb from Sierra Leone
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kiwi

Sweden
645 Posts

Posted - 19 Dec 2021 :  19:09:35  Show Profile Send kiwi a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Momodou

quote:
Originally posted by kiwi

Looking forward to your report!
Will you be there over the Christmas?


Jeg rejser tilbage næste uge.



God Jul och Gott Nytt År!

kiwi
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Momodou



Denmark
10714 Posts

Posted - 20 Dec 2021 :  09:25:42  Show Profile Send Momodou a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by kiwi

God Jul och Gott Nytt År!



Tak!

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