Hamat asks NRP supporters to return from GDC


By Mafuji Ceesay New elected leader of the National Reconciliation Party Hamat Bah has called on his supporters who have crossed over to either Gambia Democratic Congress or elsewhere to return. Speaking at the recent NRP congress in Soma, Mr Bah who was unanimously elected party leader said those who joined the GDC are welcome back without any condition. He however warned that those thinking that when they are back to the NRP they will automatically get jobs can stay away because the NRP is not the government and doesn’t have jobs for them. The NRP leader continued to reveal that one of the most important achievements of his party is the spot counting introduced by the IEC, which finally saw the fall of the Yahya Jammeh regime. He said the NRP made it abundantly clear to the IEC that it’s only when spot counting is introduced that it will partake in any election. He said he had studied that only spot counting can end the reign of leaders overstaying in power. Mr Bah further said that the NRP will continue to promote democracy in The Gambia and will endeavor to nurture it. Hon. Bah concluded by saying that the party will continue to promote the agenda of youths and women of this country.]]>