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Darboe Says If Barrow Is Not Removed, He Would Be A ‘Dictator’

H.E Ousainou ANM Darboe, SG & Party of UDP
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H.E Ousainou ANM Darboe, SG & Party of UDP

 

 


By Buba Gagigo

The United Democratic Party [UDP] leader Lawyer Ousainou Darboe alleged that President Adama Barrow would be a ‘dictator’, if he is not removed in the December election.

“We will not allow dictatorship in this country…the president said when he wins, he will instruct the Inspector General of Police to deny permits for political activities. But I think the President has forgot that immediately after the presidential election is the National Assembly election and Area Council Election.

“But what he said shows that he will be a dictator. I heard … about people who want to defend him. They said the president is referring to people insulting [others] on social media. But who will ask for permit to talk on social media? Someone [referring to Barrow] is showing us his real colour and you want to defend him? That cannot be defended.

“How will the Inspector General of Police know, if [you] give a permit to party (A) they will be insulting in their platform? He is showing us that he is not ready for oppositions in this country. He is showing Intolerance in the country and this is what Gambians fought against. Let us all join on December 4 to remove the Dictator in the making in the country or he will be worse than Yahya Jammeh. We know his people are telling him what Gambians know is beating. People tell him that as early as 2019. But if Gambians are afraid of beating, should you beat them? And he is agreeing to it,” the United Democratic Party [UDP] leader Ousainou Darboe said.

The United Democratic Party leader made these remarks on the UDP show on Kerr Fatou, in response to President Adama Barrow’s claim at a meeting with the Serer Community that he will instruct the Inspector General of Police IGP to deny permits for political activities, amid victory in the December 4 presidential election.

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