By Amadou Jadama
MA Bah, a former interior minster and heavy weight of the APRC who defected to the United Democratic Party, has declared his support to President Adama Barrow’s National Development Plan, the NDP.
General MA Bah was speaking yesterday in an exclusive interview with The Standard.
He said the NDP is apolitical and requires every Gambian’s participation.
“I am sincerely committed without any reservation to fully support the NDP, a plan already in full motion and yielding positive results in the country,” he said.
Bah said President Barrow is committed to rapidly transform The Gambia into a model state, admirable and hospitable to all Gambians and non Gambians. “I believe my career as a statesman and a senior military officer can best serve our Commander-in-Chief by supporting his agenda during this period of transitional governance,” he said.
General MA Bah further commended the president for his demonstrated will to unify and reconcile the people of The Gambia.
“And I intend to be part of the solution towards bringing peace and stability in the country especially after hearing him appeal to all of us to join his dynamic crusade to build the new Gambia,” he concluded.