Mar 4, 2021, 12:42 PM
The Gambia Printing and Publishing Corporation (GPPC), yesterday commissioned a Bilomatik exercise book making machine worth about D50 million.
The party outlines series of following allegations against Hon. Njie:
“Impeding the activities of the Party;
Creating division within its ranks or membership;
Commit an act that undermines the effectiveness of the Party;
Behaving in such a way as to provoke serious divisions or a break-down of unity in the Party;
Undermining the respect for or impeding the functioning of the structures of the Party;
Participating in organised factional activity that goes beyond the recognised norms of free debate inside the Party and threatens its unity.
Fighting or behaving in any disorderly or unruly manner;
Showing sexism, tribal bigotry, religious, insults, and political intolerance, or any form of discrimination;
Deliberately disrupting meetings and interfering with the orderly functioning of the Party.”
“Your actions have proven gross and serious violations of the Constitution, principles, norms, and decisions of the Party. Consequently, acting on the recommendations of the National Disciplinary Committee, the National Executive Committee of the Party, regrets to inform you that you are expelled from the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) with immediate effect,” the party states.
The Minister of Information and Communication Infrastructure Ebrahim Sillah says the National People's Party (NPP) will not be intimidated by the allegations that they are registering non-Gambians to obtain Gambian voter's card, adding that December 4th will be the 'Judgement Day' on the outcome of the elections.