<![CDATA[By Amadou M Jadama The deputy governor of West Coast Region Musa B. Suso has called on district Chiefs in his region to first recognise and adjust to the fact that a new reality has happened in the Gambia and should continue to execute their roles and duties with equal commitment and dedication. He also urged them to execute their duties with fairness and within the permits of the laws of the Gambia. DG Suso made these remarks on Monday at his office in Brikama, during a meeting with women’s Bureau led by Binta Jammeh Sidibeh, the executive director. “The meeting was called to sensitise the people how to resolve their political differences among ourselves and the participation of more women in this forthcoming National Assembly Election. “The Gambia has now experienced a political transitional change of government. The effort and commitment from the new government led by President Adama Barrow is a strong democratic governance principle which is based on peace, love and unity. Therefore we all should be proud that we are led such a leader. “This is an opportunity for all Gambians regardless of our political, tribe and religious leaning, to reconcile and put behind our differences. We are one people and one Gambia,” he advised.]]>
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