The leader of the opposition United Democratic Party (UDP), Ousainou Darboe has said that President Adama Barrow sought help where no one expected him to, while lowering at the NPP’s alliance with APRC.
The UDP leader was speaking during his party’s mega rally in Busumbala on Saturday.
Lawyer Darboe insisted that the NPP-APRC alliance was borne out of desperation.
He said: “He (President Barrow) has gone to seek help where no one expected him to. But as the English says: desperate situations call for desperate actions and decisions.”
Mr. Darboe said elsewhere Gambians will bring change in the December presidential election.
“But Gambians know what to do and I know on the 4th of December, you will bring change in this country for the benefit of all,” he said.
According to him, in their next weekend rally at Sukuta, they will reveal their five-point agenda which is geared towards the development of the country.
“Our five-point agenda will address the problems facing the youth and women of the country. The agenda will also address the problems affecting agriculture, education, health amongst other areas,” he said.