By Buba Gagigo
Yahya Jammeh, former president of the Gambia and the founder of the Alliance for Patriotic Reconciliation and Construction (APRC) has called on his party militants to reconcile for the betterment of their party.
“I want all of us to understand that unity is strength. As a party, we should be one family, regardless of tribe, religion, or any other consideration. We should work together, not against each other. We should forgive each other and work for the interests of the party and the Gambian nation.
I am appealing to all of you to forget the infighting and division. Let us reconcile and work together as one party with the sole aim of bringing rapid development, prosperity, and happiness to all Gambians, regardless of their political affiliation,” former president Yahya Jammeh said.
The Alliance for Patriotic Re-orientation and Construction (APRC) has split into two factions, with one group joining a coalition with President Barrow’s National People’s Party and the other group refusing to do so.