“People like Demba Sabally”- Hon. Kandeh Says Those Who Refused To Work At GDC Are Now Rice Distributors At NPP
By Buba Gagigo
The Secretary-General and Party leader of the Gambia Democratic Congress (GDC) says all those who claim to be bosses and refused to work at GDC are now working harder in other parties and takes current Agriculture Minister and former GDC National President Demba Sabally as an example.
“We didn’t win the presidential election and the parliamentary election but we are proud because we didn’t destroy anything in this country. I will tell this newly elected executive that, we elected you to work but if you can’t please leave. You requested the position, but you get the position and stay at home doing nothing? Some people left GDC who were bosses.
“They don’t go anywhere, if you call them, they don’t come. People like Demba Sabally, when he joins NPP all his shoes are broken now. He even does rice distribution now but he refused all those things when he was at GDC. He doesn’t go anywhere. Don’t think you are the boss, everyone should be mobilizers, there is no boss here. Politics is about going and talking to the people. We all know NPP is built from A-Z out of lies,” Kandeh Says during his Party’s National Congress in Jarra Soma
The GDC leader also argues that his Party’s former National Youth Mobilizer, Dawda Camara didn’t do anything for GDC.
“People like Dawda Camara (GDC Former National Youth Mobilizer) who didn’t do anything for the party, I saw him write that he left GDC. What Dawda Camara got from GDC, no one got from it. We gave him a car and driver to go anywhere he wants, and he collects money. When we selected MC Cham Jr to contest the parliamentary election in Jeshwang, he opposed him and supported another candidate.
“Telling people you have resigned? We know you have resigned a long time ago. We have a lot of those in the party but I will tell the new executive, you are elected to work and not for ‘Kabudu’ (groups). If you do it, we will break it and possibly expel you from the party,” Kandeh told his audience on Saturday.