Imam Chebo Cham demand citizens to be careful of opposition politicians as they are only after their own interest

Oct 25, 2021, 12:39 PM | Article By: Adama Tine

Imam Chebo Cham in his last Friday sermon had called on citizens to be mindful of politicians as they are only after their selfish interest.

“We are in a state of great blessing. But some people so long they are not in power, they will not see this. Be careful of these politicians. Wallahi they are not out to help you. Billahi, I will swear

“Whoever speaks you think he wants to help Gambians but this is not the case,” he told worshippers.

Observe these people and listen to their statements carefully he said, do not let them make you divided.

“They are all after their personal interest. We hear their statements and we see their actions.

“Do not let them sow discord among you. We are in a state of peace and do not take it for granted. They will not want to hear this so long they are not in power. Whether you take it or leave it, they are not out for God’s sake or for your sake. Because we have seen it. We would have given examples but if we do that there will be insults before sunset,” he highlighted.

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