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GAMBIA-L  January 2004

GAMBIA-L January 2004

Subject:

LRD has disowned Baba/Wisdom dictates/Sanusi.

From:

ESSA BOKARR SEY <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

[log in to unmask]

Date:

Wed, 14 Jan 2004 10:47:42 -0800

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Sanusi,
          Anyway many would not have done what Sarr has just started....YDE's duty waivers are just the tip of the iceberg wait and see...There are some who are loitering in the streets of Banjul who are more culpable than Baba.You see this case is about crime and justice period so why bring in flags,rallies and posters? Sarr is not even helping Jammeh here! Jammeh should stop him,if I were the one I would continue doing the job and leave the electorates to decide.I remember in the nineties when Jawara was promised that people  in Jokadu,would not vote Dr Manneh.Mustafa Fye knows what I am talking about....Manneh stood as an independent candidate and then won remarkably.Politics is not all drumming and insults there is more to it.I will NOT SNORE!!! upon what Sarr has just said not at all! The more Baba's case is polarised the more others will see it as a political ploy! So such should stop forthwith.Did you notice one thing? From the beginning of the case to now Baba Jobe has not
 said anything "lousy"or so.Who knows what his timing is?!
At any time someone says something contrary that person is seen as anti APRC! Who will then be within and criticise within? Actually that is why people like me have recently been saying something vis-a-vis this case....am neither APRC nor for any other party.I am myself.
Baba KANTEH has been employed by Jobe barely three months ago.Kanteh is a veteran in accounting and he was one of the pioneers of the Julbrew factory.Many gendarme boys including those who are being escorted today used to watch movies at his house in London corner "Marseh Ngelew"
I remember when some big man used to ask me to get a movie entitled WILD GEESE and DOGS OF WAR from Baba and we watched it in Dormitory F.Ofcourse I will not be surprised if that person forces to forget Kanteh's kindness today.That person knows what dormitory F means.You see many people are being ridiclued  they helped some of those who are driving pajeros today,including my very self. I have said it even before that not all former PPP stalwarts are bad.Buba Baldeh was with PPP and today he is being used!That is just so funny!
Being on the observer head lines as defendant at court does not make people like Kanteh bad men.I can swear on the Holy Qur'an that Kanteh will come out free.He is a professional that applied and was given a job.Infact Kanteh was at travel agent when he was called for an interview and then given the job at YDE.He was picking up a ticket ready to go to Sweden where he was invited by his younger brother from Niumi Bakalarr.
Kanteh is originally from Kuntaur.Many may not agree with me that he will be free but just wait and see.For Baba Jobe i cannot tell now but am almost sure that even if he going to sink,he will for sure scrape the sea's bedrock with many.
Duty waivers are dangerous implications for gvt in this case,especially where it is only the dept of finance that can issue them(at least un normal circumstances).If YDE says that they do not order tractors and rolls of whatever then...can't some of read between the lines.Where was Kuru Konjira when Baba was arrested? He was in Mecca with high powered delegation right?
Now we can see that the NEW MILLENIUM is also being "caged".There is a special intelligence report on that very plane entitled THE PLANE AND IT'S TRACES i can send that to you in private and as a lwayer you can understand where i am coming from.
I am laughing because the news papers are not giving us all that is behind because the journalist only write what they hear or recieve.Am into this case because of anger or siding with anyone no.I am in it because I know that everything is not being said "jaharang!"
Time will tell!
Essa.

Sanusi Owens <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Aunty Jabou Joh

You wrote

"I guess there is no such thing as waiting until the
judicial process proves innocence or guilt
here. If you dance to the music you must pay the
piper."


Please note that Phoday Lang Sarr is just acting on
behalf of orders from ABOVE. Instead of allowing the
judicial process to take its course, Poor Phoday Lang
Sarr has decided to expose his stupidity by commenting
on a case that is still to be decided in the law
courts.

Perhaps, there are issues which might have transpired
between Baba JOBE and the APRC Government, giving
course for him to be made a SCAPEGOAT for the
unlawfull activities of YDE.

>
> In a message dated 1/14/04 7:00:24 AM Central
> Standard Time,
> [log in to unmask] writes:
>
>
> >
> > Phoday Lang Sarr, referred to as the “Deputy
> Majority
> > Leader” of the National Assembly and a very
> close
> > political and business associate of Baba Jobe, has
> > claimed that “the people of LRD [Baba Jobe’
> native
> > division] have disowned Baba Jobe and have pledged
> > more support to President Jammeh and the APRC”.
> >
> > Mr Sarr, who is the National Assembly Member
> forJarra
> > Central and the APRC desk officer for LRD, made
> this
> > startling claim following his week-long
> “political
> > sensitisation in the division to explain the case
> > surrounding the embattled Majority leader.
> >
> > Speaking in an exclusive interview with Daily
> Observer
> > at his Fajikunda residence Monday, Mr Sarr said,
> “The
> > people of LRD are today more committed to the
> ideals
> > and principles of the APRC and they would never
> > support Baba Jobe for his [...] doings and will
> not
> > associate with anyone who wants to show solidarity
> > with the embattled Majority leader. The people of
> LRD
> > have now seen the truth as I succeeded in clearing
> the
> > air over circumstances surrounding Baba Jobe’s
> case
> > and they have realised that he betrayed the
> confidence
> > bestowed in him. They were very much happy and
> > delighted that the air has been cleared and they
> saw
> > his problems as personal and they have all
> dissociated
> > themselves from him.”
> >
> > According to Mr Sarr, all the meetings he
> conducted in
> > the LRD were successful “for there were large
> > turn-outs and the people have vowed to continue
> > supporting Jammeh and the APRC for they cannot
> support
> > an individual for his selfish interest. So, this
> shows
> > that my mission was successful and the APRC has
> > achieved its goals in the LRD and no one can
> reverse
> > that situation and anybody who disputes this can
> visit
> > the division and interview the people. If that
> > happens, Gambians would understand that the LRD is
> > supportive of Jammeh’s every move to correct the
> ills
> > for the well-being of all Gambians,” Mr Sarr
> claims.
> >
> > He said in two weeks, the APRC will organise a
> mass
> > political rally, probably in Soma, Baba Jobe’s
> power
> > base, “to prove to all that the APRC is unshaken
> in
> > the LRD. All the NAMs from the division have
> resolved
> > that this is the best way to show to the whole
> world
> > that LRD is not behind Baba Jobe but President
> Jammeh
> > and the APRC. We will invite all the media houses
> in
> > the country so as to show the whole country that
> it is
> > APRC and President Jammeh that matters and not
> Baba
> > Jobe. The President will be surprised with the
> > reception he will be receiving in the LRD in the
> > coming tour for they have seen his move as timely
> and
> > a step in the right direction”
> >
> > Ties with Baba Jobe Asked how he could play Judas,
> by
> > abandoning his friend in his hour of need as he
> seem
> > to be doing now, Mr Sarr retorted, “No, no, I am
> not
> > and I have never been a close associate of Baba
> Jobe.
> > We did not have any close ties and I am not a
> party to
> > his deeds. His case is a private one and it is the
> > APRC that brought us together. So, if he betrays
> the
> > ideals and principles of the APRC, how can I
> support
> > him? What matters is the APRC and if he is out of
> > [sync with] the party principles, then I have
> nothing
> > to do with him. In fact, I have already decided
> not
> > even to go near him or anything that resembles him
> > because doing so means that I am associating
> myself
> > with wrong doings. I want to make it clear that it
> is
> > the APRC that combined us and nothing else. Before
> > that, we had no relationship and the same thing
> > applies to the people of LRD.
> >
> > Asked whether he was distancing himself from Baba
> Jobe
> > because of fears of political reprisals from the
> APRC,
> > Mr Sarr said, “No, that is not true. I am
> performing
> > my role as a desk officer and I am an APRC
> stalwart
> > who loves and admires President Jammeh for his
> vital
> > role in developing The Gambia. I cannot sit down
> and
> > allow misinformation to take root in LRD because
> of
> > [one man’s personal interest],” he claimed.
> >
> > More flags He further claimed, “Today, more APRC
> flags
> > and portraits of President Jammeh are on the
> display
> > in LRD. The news that APRC flags were burnt in the
> LRD
> > is absolutely false. Many have sacrificed their
> own
> > money now to raise more APRC flags all to show
> > President Jammeh that the APRC is stronger in the
> area
> > than before. In LRD, it is President Jammeh and
> > nothing else! Baba Jobe has no support in Jarra,
> all
> > the support for him was because of President
> Jammeh,”
> > Mr sarr posited.
> >
> > Meanwhile, Baba Jobe was not available for a
> response
> > to Mr Sarr’s claims as he is languishing in
> police
> > detention.
> > However, a statement made on Baba Jobe’s behalf
> by one
> > of his lawyers published in Daily Observer last
> month
> > stated that Mr Jobe is still a member of the APRC,
> > loyal to and supportive of President Jammeh.
> >
> >
>
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