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Barrow gov’t will not leave legacy of embezzlement — Tambajang

By Omar Bah

The Minister of Women’s Affairs overseeing the office of the vice President has said that the Coalition government will not repeat the mistakes made by the former regime.
Speaking recently in Brikama, Minister Tambajang said President Adama Barrow and his government will not leave a legacy of embezzlement as opposed to the former regime.

“We are very committed and doing everything humanly possible to build a legacy that will be forever remembered for the good reasons and not a legacy of embezzlement,” she said.
“We want to leave a legacy of good governance, transparency and accountability that is no match to any other government. We are committed on achieving this, and rest assured that this government will always serve the interest of its electorates,” she added.

She said President Barrow-led government is a government that support and stand by its citizens to achieve their full potentials. “We will always help you to build on what you have. What you have is your talent, aspirations and it is your responsibility to demand whatever you feel like is the right thing and if you get it, you manage it.”

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