#National News

Mai calls IEC irresponsible for sprinkled national documents

Apr 19, 2021, 12:17 PM | Article By: Arfang M.S. Camara

The leader of the Gambia Moral Congress (GMC) party, Mai Ahmed Fatty has said that the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) was very irresponsible and highly insensitive to sprinkle high security sensitive national document all over town, in such an amateurish and reckless manner.

Mai Fatty wrote his on his official Facebook page over the weekend after concern rose among Gambians in the past days after old blank voter’s cards were found in a street in Kanifing.

“There can be no acceptable valid reason, for disposing of such sensitive documents in such a careless manner.”

He then charged at the deputy chairman of IEC Joe Colley who bitterly sparred with journalist Lamin Cham over the issue on Saturday on The Brunch Show on Kerr Fatou although he did not mention his name.

Fatty said: “Accept your mistake, empathise with public outrage, learn from it, never to repeat it and move on. Mistakes do happen but mindless recalcitrance & temper tantrum as recently publicly exhibited by a senior IEC staff is shameful, unacceptable. It does not inspire confidence.”

Read Other Articles In National News
AGA
AGA Global extends Ramadan benevolence to 5 families
Apr 27, 2020, 12:16 PM

As Muslims commenced fasting in this year’s Holy month of Ramadan, AGA Global Ambassadors UK/Gambia, over the weekend supported five Gambian families with one hundred and fifty pounds sterling.

MCA
MCA vows to deal with entities that don’t have permission to do Covid-19 tests if…….
Aug 5, 2020, 12:25 PM

Medicines Control Agency has warned people and institutions that it is illegal for any person or entity to be engaged in unauthorized import, distribution, storage, sale and use of COVID -19 test kits or diagnostics in The Gambia.

CRSC
GRCS lunches Global Route-based immigration program 
Oct 3, 2022, 11:20 AM

The Gambia Red Cross Society (GRCS) in collaboration with The International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC) with funding from the Italian Red Cross on Friday lunched the Global Route-Based Immigration Program at its headquarters.