The Most Hypocritical Attitude and Behavior in African Politics Today is Making the World to See…,adama barrow Featured Gambia News yahya jammeh 

The Most Hypocritical Attitude and Behavior in African Politics Today is Making the World to See…,

The Most Hypocritical Attitude and Behavior in African Politics Today is Making the World to See…,

and believe we practice Democracy which in the first place is not compatible with our context.”You stay in power for thirty years, your country doesn’t develop in any way:No access to communication facilities no portable water nor food for the people,no sufficient electricity supply, poor roads infrastructure, poor health care facilities,no innovations, highest level of illiteracy and unemployment.most state owned corporations have been privatised, highest rate of corruption and embezzlement of state funds.If you criticize the regime you either go on jail or go on exile,

This guys organize and win elections in advance so far they are ready to serve the interest thier Western masters (imperialists)at the detriment of their own brothers and sisters (compatriots),

After preparing thier so called Democratic free and fair elections plan,they know they have majority seats at the Senate or parliament,they name the head of the electoral commission who is from their rulling party and only answerable to them,they appoint the president of the Constitutional council and he is of the ruling party too very ready to serve thier boss,

Then elections are organized and out of 24million inhabitants, only three million register on electoral lists.Then results are published after elections and these guys carry majority of the votes with not less than 75%!
Question:Is this democracy,or escrocerie of democracy?
Who is fooling who and for what purpose?

As this process goes on and on our natural resources are being carried away infront of our eyes by foreign multinational companies.So where are we heading to?

Did we lose hope and burry our panafrican ideas? What are we preparing for the next generations to come.”If we sell our conscience as individuals,Then let’s not sell Africa and the African people.

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